While shopping for groceries, we tend to pay more attention to things that are directly consumed by us. We pick up anything that has detergent written over it without even second-guessing but cleanliness is not a lifestyle. It is a necessity that needs our full attention.
The wipes, for a total wipe-out.
Wipes or paper towels? To decide which one suits you the best depends, upon the surface, you will use it. While kitchen platforms need a paper towel, floors require wipes. The purpose of both is the same, and you can use either. Also, look for the properties that the product offers. Some are insecticidal, whereas some are not. Although all of these products are advertised as 99% effective, it is best to go through its contents and then decide.
Toxicity, minimum or maximum?
It is advisable to be a little careful with the chemicals that these cleaning supplies have as their components. The household is an alert free zone, and your floors are accessible by everyone from toddlers to the silver generation. The most common chemicals are a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and isopropyl alcohol with some detergent. The concentrations of these chemicals are variable and, what you will need depends upon what you are going to clean. So, while a diluted product is preferable to clean kitchen tops and tables, you will need a concentrated one for toilets and bathrooms.
With scent or without scent?
Lastly, after cleaning you, do not want your house to smell like a bleached chemical factory. Cleaning supplies like wipes and detergents have some component in them, that is, added to make them a little bearable for our olfactory receptors. There are many scents available in the market, from a garden rose to zesty-lime, and you can choose the one that appeals to you the most.