The two types of wet that the wipe can produce are one that is individually packed and the other that has a number of wet in one pack. Whatever may be the way of packing, the wet wipe ensures that fully automatic machinery is used so that there is no contamination during the manufacturing process.
The first type of packaging that is used by the wet manufacturer is of a wet in a single pouch or sachet. Here the in-lay paper or non-woven cloth napkin is folded and inserted into the sachet and impregnated with the solution of cleanser or antiseptic or cologne and then sealed. The second type of packaging used by the wet manufacturer is multiple wipes that are folded and inserted in a re-sealable pouch. These wipes are impregnated with the required solution before the pouch is sealed. When the wet have to be used, the flapped opening is opened, one wipe is removed and the rest are sealed back in the pouch by means of resealing the flap and they remain wet and fresh for the next use.
Both these types of wipes are manufactured on different types of machines that are sophisticated and automatic. The manufacturer has to have a license to manufacture these wet packs but they are high in demand and are commonly used for a variety of applications.
An important and popular use of wipes is for infant hygiene. Wet also have other household applications. The infant hygiene market is targeted by the wet manufacturer as wipes are commonly used for cleaning the infants' backsides after toilet or after changing the diaper. Some highly critical areas like hospital operation rooms, patient rooms and dormitories and even the common public areas use wipes with antiseptic to clean floors or other surfaces such as table tops that could get contaminated. At a personal level some of the products of wet manufacturers are used to clean kitchen platforms, toilet seats etc.
The use of wet is increasing with more awareness among the people with regard to hygiene and health, the production and application of this product is also on the rise.