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Wipe

In film, a transition between two shots or scenes in which a second shot gradually replaces a first. Wipes are done in editing.
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For instance, Boogie Wipes are designed for wiping toddlers' noses.
The work that led to this development led also to the filling of a significant gap in the science behind cleanroom wiping. Anticon engineers Peter Kang and David Hildreth noted that although there was a standard JEST test method for determining how many particles and fibres a wipe released, there was no standard test method to show exactly how many particles the same wipe actually picked up.
But when, exactly, did we require a double action wiping procedure on a routine basis?
* As a wiping frog uses its feet to massage its body, the stimulation produces a nerve reflex that causes muscle cells to contract around glands in the skin.
One was enough for wiping marmalade off shoes (yes, really).
Blue Thunder Technologies has released three new cleanroom wiping products.
To complement these solution-oriented wipes, the company also launched the Kimtech Large Surface Wiping Applicator.
Two Colorado moms founded NeatCheeks, which are flavored with stevia, a natural plant extract, in order to make wiping a little one's face easier and more enjoyable.
To address the needs of the aviation industry and help workers perform more productively and efficiently, Kimberly-Clark Professional has introducd a line of aviation-certified wiping solutions that meet the requirements of Aerospace Material 'Specification (AMS) 3819C (Aerospace industry, requirement) and Boeing Material Specification (BMS) 15-5F (Boeing).