The pandemic situation created by the outbreak of the novel coronavirus gave an immense boost to the demand for cleaning and sanitization solutions. Owing to the highly infectious nature of the virus, regular and constant cleaning and sanitization were advertised as well as promoted by various governmental as well as non-governmental authorities around the world. This also positively affected the demand for cleaning solutions and materials, including wipes, napkins, surface cleaning solutions, etc. The rising need for disinfecting hands and surfaces bolstered the development trajectory of the global disinfectant wipes market over the period of the pandemic. The players in the global disinfectant wipes market received considerably high demand for various solutions, such as household or homecare wipes as well as personal care wipes, among others.
While the manufacturers and players functional within the global disinfectant wipes market offer both, biodegradable as well as non-biodegradable wipe products. Owing to the increasing trend of clean label and environmentally sustainable products, the demand for biodegradable wipes is on the rise within the global disinfectant wipes market. The manufacturers and players in the global disinfectant wipes market also offer alcohol based wipes, which are traditionally the primary disinfecting wipes as well as new alcohol free wipes, that do not feature any alcohol, yet other chemical compounds and solutions that aid in disinfecting the target surface.
As a response to the rising demand, the manufacturers and players functional within the global disinfectant wipes market are increasing their production capacities by investing in the purchase of various new-age machines as well as industrial equipment. The leading manufacturers and players in the global disinfectant wipes market, such as CleanWell, LL, Dreumex USA Inc., Parker Laboratories, Inc., Reckitt Benckiser, The Clorox Company, Claire Manufacturing, Colgate Palmolive Company, KCWW, Procter & Gamble, and Seventh Generation, Inc., among others are focusing on completely localizing their supplies of raw materials, in a bid to meet the heavily increasing demand for products in the global disinfectant wipes market on advent of the novel coronavirus pandemic.