Helping families stay healthy and well,
one wipe at a time
Wet wipes from Nice-Pak help everyone live cleaner, healthier lives. Our innovative wet wipes sanitize, clean and support healthy personal and environmental hygiene for people of all ages.Learn More
Since our earliest days, we have pioneered innovative wet wipes to meet a broad range of cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting needs. We are always imagining, designing, developing and manufacturing new solutions to meet the growing demand for wet wipes.
To support the creation of superior products, we opened a new R&D Innovation Center in 2013. The center is delivering products for consumer, healthcare and other commercial markets.
Commitment to Quality
We take tremendous pride in every wet wipe we produce. Our dedication to quality starts with the raw materials that go into our wipes and extends through our manufacturing, packaging and distribution processes. We comply with the highest ISO-certified quality standards and regulatory requirements. Nothing is more important to us than the quality of our wipes and the health and safety of the people who use them.
To learn about our high standards of quality, performance and purity, view a video from
Dawn Rubel, Vice President of Quality.
Thinking Clean, Working Green
Human health and the health of the environment go hand in hand. That is why sustainability is an important part of all our activities. Our commitment is to meet the growing demand for wet wipes through business practices that support a healthy planet for generations to come. We call this “Thinking Clean and Working Green,” and it is part of who we are.
- Download the 2013 Nice-Pak/PDI Sustainability Report
- Download the 2013 Nice-Pak International Corporate Responsibility Report
Our family includes Professional Disposables International, Inc. (PDI) and Nice-Pak International, Ltd. Both companies share a strong heritage of innovation and commitment to partners, sustainability and the community.
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