What are Not Yet Wet Wipes Made of?
Where are Not Yet Wet Wipes Made?
Our wipes are sourced and made completely in the United States! Our virgin cotton is grown in Mississippi, the repurposed cotton is sourced from Texas, our fibers are turned into fabric in North Carolina, and the fabric is turned to rolls in Pennsylvania.
Are they Washable?
Yes! Each washing machine is slightly different, so we safely suggest machine wash and drying one time, and recommend a gentle cycle. When using your wipes for things like kitchen clean up, makeup removal, or wiping little hands, you can easily rinse the wipe out with a bit of soap and hang dry for another use.
Are they Compostable?
Yes! Cotton is naturally biodegradable and compostable, and will easily break down completely in a backyard or industrial compost.
Please note that landfills do not allow for the decomposition of any materials.
Why "Not Yet Wet"?
We worked with different preservative and additive combinations for over a year, but at the end of all of our research, we found that the natural stuff flat out didn’t pass testing, and the synthetic stuff, although safe, didn’t meet the standards we were looking to set.
Plus, by holding back on adding solution, we put the control completely into your hands (which we love!). YOU CHOOSE what touches your skin. Make a truly pure water-only wipe, add your favorite makeup remover, or create your own perfect solution.
What are the dots/colored fibers on my wipes?
Our wipes are made from a blend of unbleached cotton and repurposed cotton. The small speckles are pieces of the cotton plant that were not bleached out. If you see a dark fiber in a wipe, that is simply a piece of repurposed cotton from a non-white item that accidentally slipped in!
WETTING YOUR WIPES
What do I wet the wipes with?
Anything you’d like! Some of our favorite recommendations are purified water, your favorite face cleanser, and purified water with a drop of castile soap.
How long will my homemade solutions last?
It completely depends on the solution, but a general rule of thumb would be to change your solution at least monthly. Using distilled water as the base for your solution will help to prevent the growth of bacteria in your recipes.
Whats the easiest way to wet my wipes?
You can learn all about the best way to wet your wipes and other tips at www.meetearthly.com/tips
Can I pre-wet the wipes?
We suggest wetting wipes right before you’re going to use them! This ensures that they stay fresh and clean. Your solution will typically stay fresh for quite a while on its own, but allowing unpreserved solution and fabric to sit together can become a breeding ground for natural growth (think wet clothing left in the wash). If you decide to wet wipes ahead of time (again, we suggest against it) we highly recommend using them that day!
Subscriptions + Policies
How do I change my subscription?
What is your return policy?
Every situation is unique. If you have any problems at all, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected] so that we can help find a solution for you.
How do I use e-credit for a subscription?
The system is a little tricky when it comes to reoccurring payments and e-credit, but we can absolutely still process it for you! Send us an e-mail at [email protected] with the subscription service you’d like, your name, and e-credit details and we will be in contact with you as soon as possible to confirm.
Not Yet Wet Wipes
Most disposable wipes are made of plastic and soaked in synthetics. That’s why we created 100% cotton Not Yet Wet Wipes™; the purest, most sustainable wipe we could dream up. Now you can enjoy the freedom of a truly gentle disposable wipe while honoring your values.