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Homemade Travel wipes for Horses and Humans!

September 5, 2008
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Homemade Travel Hand Wipes
Materials Needed:
1/4 cup vodka or Isotopyl Alcohol
1/4 cup water
Juice from 1/2 lemon
Paper Towels (use a thick, sturdy towel)
Plastic seal tight container to store your paper towels in or a ziplock bag.

Directions:
Take the cardboard center out of the paper towels.
Cut the towels down the middle to make two sections.
If using the Ziplock Bag:
Lay one section at a time a shallow dish.
Mix the liquid ingredients together then pour over top of the towels.
Once towels are completely saturated take your gallon ziplock bag and
carefully place your paper towels in the ziplock container making sure to
squeeze the air out when sealing the bag.
If using the air tight container:
Place paper towel rolls in the containers and pour your liquid over the paper towels. Wait 5 minutes then flip the containers over to evenly distribute the solution on the paper towels. Make sure your container is airtight.
Repeat as needed until you have the amount of wipes you require.
Store any unused liquid in an airtight container to use next time.
Note: You can use strips of flannelette if you prefer (then launder and reuse)

These are fairly inexpensive to use and last quite a while – very nice to use to wipe a horse down with prior to entering the show ring or cleaning.

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