Save the planet from pollution from wet wipes!

One of my first memories as a child (1960”s) was of my father teaching me to use the bathroom.
He was sitting on the loo and showed me how to “properly” use toilet paper.
I watched him pull off sheets and fold them, then he said something I never forgot.
He said “My Dad always told me that when cleaning yourself it is always two dry  one wet”.
So I watched him wet his tp in the sink before wiping.
Over my life this was not always possible and often when needed it would result in messy wet tissue and doing the “Duck Walk” to the sink! But his advice stuck. In the back of my mind I knew there was a better way! 
Then came “Wet Wipes”. These were very convenient and did solve the problem of using water. But they were not always “Flushable”. But there was no way I was going to throw a used butt wipe in the trash. So we flush them down the drain. Now the manufactures say they are much better at disintegrating, but evidently even the “flushable” wipes will not disintegrate enough to prevent clogging.
Wet wipes are also not good for the environment! Yet millions of people still flush them down the toilet!

All over the world wipes both flushable and non-flushable are clogging sewers and septic systems around the world. Have you ever heard of a “Fatberg”?
Made from a combination of grease, oils and fats produced by cooking, and disposable wet wipes from, well, wiping-based activities, fatbergs are a very 21st century problem, and one that is threatening the waste systems of developed cities across the globe. 1








Gross Photos Show Sewer Workers Battling A ‘Fatberg’ The Size Of A Boeing 747 Under London. 2

After reading this I figured there had to be a better way.
So I did my research on making a better natural non polluting wet wipe.
After much research I realized that the best wet wipe was NO wet wipe.
So how could I turn a century old standard like disposable and flushable toilet paper into a wet wipe?
Then the light went off and I remembered what my father taught me.
2 Dry one Wet!

So I invented Capt Jacks Wipe Spray #2.
Made with all natural ingredients including essential oils  Capt Jacks Wipe Spray #2 solves many problems.

Simply shake and spray on your toilet paper and wipe! Use as much or as little as you like. It will leave you clean and fresh with a nice clean scent of Lavender or Sandalwood. (Unscented available) Each 4 Oz. bottle equals almost 1000 sprays. (Estimated)


Save the Planet With Capt. Jacks Wipe Spray #2



Is Obama desperate to get dirt on Romney? Media requesting sources “Harmed” by Bain.

The Piratearian

Here is an example of the Obama owned media (or the Obama campaign itself) that is out to get Romney.

An “Anonymous” media outlet is putting requests out to find people who
had “health issues” while working at a Bain capitol related company.

This is not reporting. This is a liberal reporter or the Obama campaign doing opposition research
to get dirt on Romney.

This shows that Obama and the Liberal media will go to any length to trash Mitt Romney’s reputation.
It is this Pirate’s opinion that it may not be a reporter but a firm hired by the DNC or the Obama campaign
to give them more ammunition in their all out attack on the character of Mitt Romney.
This is American politics at its worst and President Obama should make a statement to America that it will stop.
This is also a sign of how desperate the Obama campaign is.
This is Chicago style politics. If you can’t beat them destroy their reputation.

The “Reporter” is looking for:

“Workers at Bain-acquired companies whose health benefits were cut or altered” 
Looking to interview current or former employees of Bain

Capital-acquired companies whose health insurance benefits were
cut, reduced or altered after their company was bought by Bain,
and whose medical situation has suffered as a result.
Particularly interested in any workers who suffer from
mesothelioma or any other asbestos-related diseases.


Particularly interested in speaking with workers suffering from
asbestos-related diseases whose companies were acquired by Bain
Capital between 1984 and 1998. 

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