1x single use pack of Flame Natural Decon Hair & Body Wash
2x Individually Wrapped FireWipes
are used primarily to aid in the cleaning and removal of soot, smoke
and other potential carcinogens of complete and incomplete combustion.
They are innovative in design as each wipe is optimized for safety and
ease of use.
The Firewipe is an 8" x 12" textured industrial
strength disposable wipe infused with cleansing compounds for use on all
external dermal areas. The wipe is saturated with a unique formula
specifically designed to minimize additional carcinogenic exposure
through dermal absorption for the user.
Firewipes use only premium
ingredients that are hypoallergenic, latex-free, paraben-free, MI
(Methylisothizolinone)-free, SLS free and contains no alcohol. Each wipe
is individually packaged to prolong shelf life, eliminate cross
contamination, maintain consistency, limit waste, reduce costs, and
provide a quick on-scene decontamination solution for firefighters after
exposure to hazardous environments.
Main points overview:
First and foremost, created by a Firefighter to meet the needs of all Firefighters and First Responders for on-scene decon.
No harmful chemicals – safe for all areas
Individually packaged- eliminates cross
contamination and prevents drying out, this reduces waste which
ultimately reduces costs for the long run.
No Alcohol of any kind- No Benzyl Alcohol, Phenoxyethanol or SBA40B/Denatured Ethanol 200
No Harsh Chemicals or Lung/Eye Irritants- No Sodium Hydroxide
No fragrance added
No oily residue
Three Year Warranty after date of purchase – when stored properly and out of direct sunlight
8” x 12” size which is large enough to be effective while staying portable
Box packaging to easily fit and integrate into existing storage
Waterproof packaging – can be submerged in iced coolers/ used for rehab purposes as well
Can be used for Field Decon and Personal Hygiene- USAR, TRT, FEMA, Natural Disasters, Wildland
Safe to use on animals- Search Dogs and Pets: No Tea Tree Oil
Firewipes Vs Baby Wipes:
Size Matters- Firewipes are three times larger than baby wipes
Durability and Strength- Firewipes woven
(spunlaced) towelettes allow the user to scrub themselves without the
wipe breaking down and deteriorating
Texture- The textured wipe increases the surface area of the wipe to lift and retain more contaminates from the skin
Individual Packaging- Every single
Firewipe has a three-year shelf life. Unlike many flip top style wipes,
they start with a three-year shelf life but turn into a three-week shelf
life once opened.
Indented Use- Firewipes were designed
especially for on scene decon. They lift up the carbon based
contaminates off the skin, such as taking a shower. Baby wipes are
designed to smear until you don’t see anything else.
Ingredients- Firewipes have a high-water
content with mild surfactants to clean the skin. Baby wipes have harsh
ingredients, including alcohol, that can dry out and irritate the skin.
Some also have chemicals that are lung and
eye irritants that cause issues with using the SCBA mask
Firewipes Vs Competitors:
No Harmful chemicals
Designed by a Firefighter for Firefighters
Industrial Strength, Firefighter Grade
Won’t break apart or tear in use
No Added Fragrance– not overbearing like
other wipes on the market – this is important since it is used on the
face and Firefighters need to put their masks back on
Does not leave an oily or sticky residue – which is import since an oily/sticky residue can prevent a positive SCBA Mask seal
Individual packaged with Triple film
protection – air tight and won’t absorb water when submerged in coolers
when used during rehab
12 pack boxes allow for ease of storage
2 – 3 times larger than baby wipes
3yr Product longevity as compared to “flip top” types of packaging
Individual packages also lend to Wildland, TRT, and Special Ops crews.
Firewipes are thicker than most wipes,
which in turn cleans better, provides a more comfortable experience, and
How to use Firewipes effectively:
Open wipe to full size – recognize there is a smooth and textured side to the wipe
Wipe down immediately after exposure –
removing contaminates early reduces absorption of the harmful chemicals –
which reduces the risk
Start at the neck, jaw, throat and face –
these areas are more prone to exposure and have some of the highest
absorption rates of the skin
Make sure to clean the tiny crevices of the skin – Being aware particulates can accumulate around the eyes, nose and ears
Continue to the other areas of the skin
that are also prone to exposure, including the hands, wrists, lower
extremities and groin.
When both sides of the wipe become soiled during the process, use additional wipes as needed.