REVIEW: Coleman Biowipes (Sausagefest XII)

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COLEMAN BIOWIPES
$3.99 for resealable package of 30

July 5-6 2013 was the weekend:  the annual all-rock, all dude Countdown event known as SAUSAGEFEST.   This particular installment being Sausagefest XII.  As discussed in Record Store Tales Part 30, and as seen in last year’s video, I suffer from a certain level of anxiety regarding the restroom arrangements.  As in, there aren’t any.  And I’m not as young as I once was, and the plumbing doesn’t always work as well as it used to when I was in my 20’s.

To the rescue came Biowipes, by Coleman!  Not only can you shit with a clean bottom, but also a clean conscience:  the Biowipes completely biodegrade in just 21 days.  (Less I’m sure if you ate the bacon-wrapped jalapenos that we consumed.)

The Biowipes are large enough (20 x 25 cm) and tough enough to handle whatever you need to do.  There are 30 of these moistened towelettes in each package, by my estimation and usage, probably enough to get you through 10 days in the woods.

6/5 stars

Seen below:  Some of the many reasons these wipes were necessary!

For related reading material, please go to BOOK REVIEW: What’s Your Poo Telling You? by Josh Richman and Anish Sheth M.D.

10 comments

  1. Nice! One year, I brought purell and anti-bac wet ones to the camp, because, well, you do your biz, and what, you have to walk back to the cottage to wash your hands. I was laughed at! …until they actually used them and saw the benefits of them. Yup, next year THEY brought the purell and wet ones!

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  2. You know what I love about this article entitled ‘Coleman Biowipes’ is that every ti it pops up on Facebook it’s my face front and center. Eating. Exactly what folks should associate with wiping their asses. And before you get panicky LeBrain I find it funny, not horribly insulting or in need of revision. So take it easy.

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