Happy April is here. Spring is here. The outdoor life is here.
Every morning I look out the window and I see the grass is growing more each day. This is our first Spring Season in our new home. We had a new house built on many acres and along with the many acres are all kinds of living creatures I hope to avoid as the cold leaves the forest floor. We moved into the house in the cold days of Winter. I was glad to not see creatures of the ground as they were hibernating. At least I hope they were.
That grass I see growing also has Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac in its environment. I know what Poison Ivy looks like-well really, I don't because get the plants mixed up. As far as Oak and Sumac I need to consult a poisonous plant book. Who has time for that!
I'll be stocking up on Cutter Poison Ivy Wipes this season. I think any time of year is open for poisonous plant. The plant oil could just be there in any season. Be prepared with on-the-go Cutter Poison Ivy Wipes.
Cutter Poison Ivy Wipes are Clinically proven to remove plant oils.
No rinsing required.
Use on skin and tools. Tools? Yes, tools. Those garden tools you used to clean up your yard and garden bed may have poisonous plant oils on them, so wipe off your tools also.
Use the wipes within 15 minutes of exposure for optimal use. Poison Ivy, Oak and Sumac grow all over the United States. There is a plant leaf identification on the side of the box.
The wipes are clinically proven to remove Urushiol plant oil from skin and tools.
For use: open packet. Remove wipe. Apply pressure and wipe across affected area in one direction. Fold wipe and wipe area again if needed.The wipes are made in USA and contain ingredients like Calendula Flower extract. See box for full list of what removes Urushiol from skin and tools.
Keep the wipes ready for outdoor adventures and yard work.
Keep the wipes in the car, backpack, purse, luggage, garage, by the door, and anywhere in your travels in the outdoor lifestyle.
You can also use the wipes to cleanse away tree Sap and dirt. We have a lot of pine trees and I've had my fair share of Sap on my hands. I can share that soap and water do not remove tree Sap in my experience.
Cutter Poison Ivy Wipes are available in most stores where you buy insect repellents and the like.
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