LUCAS-CIDE WIPES are tough on dirt and easy to use! Not only do LUCAS-CIDE WIPES harness the power of citric acid to knock out 99.9% of viruses and bacteria, the rinse-free formula leaves surfaces streak-free and won’t harm materials like acrylics and vinyl. LUCAS-CIDE WIPES have a sparkling citrus scent, they’re biodegradable and made in the USA. LUCAS-CIDE WIPES are on the EPA’s Lists N: Disinfectants for Coronavirus (COVID-19) and List Q: Disinfectants for Emerging Viral Pathogens (EVPs) – Including Monkeypox.

  • Free of bleach, ammonia, chlorine, alcohol, parabens, phenols, glycol solvents, gluten, phosphate, formaldehyde 
  • One-step disinfectant
  • Rinse-free formula offers full disinfection in 5 minutes. 60-second sanitization
  • Plant-based so they gently clean with citric acid – not harsh chemicals
  • Kills TB
  • Oh-so-soft biodegradable material
  • Eliminate odor-causing bacteria
  • Safe for use around dogs and cats


EPA Information:
EPA registration number 34810 37 3974.

Designed for the Environment
LUCAS-CIDE Wipes are an EPA-certified Designed for the Environment product. When a consumer or purchaser sees EPA’s DfE logo on a product, they can feel confident that the product meets stringent EPA criteria for efficacy and effects on human health and the environment.

Human Health  DfE-certified products must meet a number of requirements related to human health. For example, to minimize the risk that products will irritate users’ skin or eyes, products must be within a certain pH range. DfE-certified products exclude ingredients that might pose long-term health risks, such as potential to cause cancer or negatively impact young children, among many others.

The Environment  EPA’s DfE criteria include considerations that reduce the environmental impact of products. These include how quickly chemicals break down, and how they affect fish and other aquatic life.

Ingredients  Before a product can carry the DfE logo, EPA reviews every chemical ingredient, even if it is not added on purpose (e.g., an impurity) or is present in low amounts.

Product performance  Like all antimicrobial products, DfE-certified sanitizers and disinfectants can only claim to kill viruses and bacteria that cause human illness if they demonstrate their products’ efficacy through laboratory testing data submitted to and approved by EPA.

Packaging  Manufacturers are required to improve the environmental impact of their packaging where possible.