TexWipe® Twill Pattern Cotton Wipes

TexWipe® is a strong, double-sided twill-pattern cotton wiper woven in a cross section of 118 x 60 threads per square inch. This natural fiber cotton wiper is manufactured with long staple cotton yarn to eliminate free-floating fibers on the fabric surface. These unique cotton wipes provide durability, high absorbency and heat resistance. Minimizes cleanroom contamination with low-lint surface and edges protected by TexWipe's ULP (ultra-low particulate) treatment. Static dissipative performance in 40-60% relative humidity environments protects against static discharge and provides excellent resistance to buildup of electrostatic discharge.

TexWipe® NuCotton® is a strong, double sided 2 x 1 twill cotton wiper made with long staple cotton yarn to eliminate free floating fibers on the fabric surface. Bias cut to minimize fraying. Ideal for high temperature applications, spill removal, work surfaces and static dissipative applications.

Features & Benefits

  • Manufactured from long staple 100% cotton yarn to reduce free-floating fibers on the surface while still providing excellent wiping and cleaning
  • Made from sustainable and renewable cotton grown and processed in the United States
  • Designed for use on abrasive surfaces. These wipers will not easily snag or abrade releasing particles and fibers in to the process or environment.
  • Excellent chemical resistance for compatibility with a variety of cleaning solutions
  • Fully autoclavable for sterile and aseptic applications.
  • Bias-cut to minimize edge shedding and fraying.
  • Individually lot coded for traceability and quality control.

  • Cleaning, polishing and burnishing of surfaces and equipment
  • Applying and removing lubricants, adhesives, residues and other solutions including disinfectants
  • Cleaning with solvents such as isopropyl alcohol (IPA), ethanol, acetone, and degreasers
  • Lining trays for holding, protecting, drying and storing of parts, equipment and devices
  • Handling hot items and protecting surfaces from elevated <700°F (<371°C)temperatures.