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South Florida Residents Empty Supermarkets to Stock Up on Essentials in Preparation for Hurricane Dorian

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Residents Urged to Stock Up on Food, Water, Gas, Emergency Provisions

— As Hurricane Dorian, a Category 2 storm widens, South Florida residents are wasting no time filling up their carts with essential commodities. Widespread information campaigns and constant preparations are taking place as a declaration of State of Emergency was made in Florida.

As shelves are emptied, authorities continuously advise residents to stay alert and be prepared for the worst-case scenarios, of which there are many. Apart from stocking up on essentials and first aid provisions, residents are also encouraged to prepare for possibilities of power and water interruptions. Households are advised to store hygiene provisions in case of water shortage or contamination, as well as batteries, charged external batteries, and solar-powered chargers.

Surviveware offers a perfect product for these pressing hygiene concerns: the Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes. This product provides the convenience of shower-clean freshness without actually stepping in the shower.

These freshening wipes are 30% larger than the average wet wipe. Due to their size, fewer sheets are needed for a thorough cleansing. Moreover, unlike other wet wipes that easily tear and leave lint, they are strong and can withstand heavy scrubbing.

The Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes are loaded with a gentle, nourishing formula, with aloe and vitamin E that cleanses and removes dirt, grime, and sweat. Parents can use this product without worry because it's free from harmful ingredients that irritate the skin.

Apart from the convenience and durability of these wipes, they are biodegradable and won't harm the environment, beginning to disintegrate within 28 days from use. Hence, users are assured that they're not contributing to garbage piles in landfills or debris left after the onslaught of a storm.

Many homeowners and survivalists have trusted Surviveware for their preparedness and hygiene needs. The wipes have proven handy post-hurricane time and time again, such as evidenced in the following review by a Surviveware customer on Amazon:

"These are larger than the ever-present baby wipes so many of us take. They provide the ability to give myself a pretty thorough "dry bath" when camping where water is limited or unavailable. I have two packs set aside in the house because I have been through floods and hurricanes when the power went off for some days, the water supply was disrupted, and I was basically camping in at home.

After purchase you will probably get an email from the seller, they mention that for long term storage you should turn the packages once per month to prevent all the moisture from settling to the bottom of the package - very thoughtful and useful advice.

I recommend you put these, in their bag, inside an appropriate zip-lock type bag if you are going to travel with them, a little extra protection never hurts."

Ensure your family's comfort during and after a hurricane with Surviveware's Biodegradable Wet Wipes. Experience these benefits when you purchase this pack of wipes today for an exclusive 20% off when you use a Surviveware Amazon coupon code.

Take advantage of this limited offer and grab your Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes today by ordering here.

Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Condry
Email: Send Email
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188
Website: https://surviveware.com

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