Clorox wipes are considered dangerous because of the disinfectant chemicals called quaternary ammonium compounds “quats”.
The chemicals that Clorox wipes are made with are skin irritants, can irritate your lungs, and have been linked to asthma and reproductive harm.
Clorox wipes are generally safe as long as you use them for their intended purposes and wear gloves while cleaning things with them and wash your hands after you use the Clorox wipes.
Never use the Clorox wipes on skin or use as diaper wipes, etc.
Only use the Clorox wipes as cleaning wipes and you should be just fine.
Some people may develop reactions on their hands or other skin surfaces after using disinfecting wipes.
Household cleaning products can often contain preservatives and fragrances which can cause allergic reactions, including rashes, after contact with human skin.
Don't use the wipes as diaper wipes or for personal cleansing or sanitizing.
Clorox's sanitizing claims are based on using the wipes as directed on hard and soft surfaces, not human skin.
Clorox Disinfecting Wipes kill 99.9% of germs including viruses that cause colds and flu.
Clorox Disinfecting Wipes are also effective against common bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus (Staph), Salmonella enterica, and E. coli.
Retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and Target generally have Clorox Wipes or other Clorox cleaning products in stock.