100% flushable, dispersible and biodegradable wet wipes
It’s an almost perfect contradiction, like ‘squaring the circle’. The material as such needs an excellent tensile strength, because in production it’s pulled by the winder through the different stages of the process line to start with. Then during the converting of the product it’s wetted and packed and the end-user expects a wipe that doesn’t disintegrate before and during use. Once flushed this stability has to completely disappear so that the product will virtually dissolve in the sewage water system. In effect, has to become invisible. Or it certainly shouldn’t be recognizable as a wipe, at least. Finally, the fibers are biodegradable, means they do not harm the environment.