I am an elementary school teacher and I use Clorox wipes every day during the school year. Parents are always eager to donate them since they are very affordable and, often, at the beginning of the school year, they can be purchased in bundled packs of three. They are a quick, safe way to clean up messes in the classroom, to keep desks and doorknobs germ-free during cold season, and to keep my classroom clean, neat, and smelling fresh every day.
However, sometimes, one wipe is too big for the job at hand (in which case we just keep cleaning other things until it is "used up"). Sometimes, the job at hand requires multiple wipes. I generally go through a 35 count container every two or three days. I am one of seven 5th grade teachers at my school and we all use them like this. We have had discussions wondering about the possiblity of a Clorox wipe dispenser for our classrooms. The wipes could be "choose your size" style (like paper towels are now) .Having been in education for 14 years, I believe there is a market for such a product, especially if it could be made affordable and relatively easy to refill. If you choose to explore my idea, I would love to pilot the product in my classroom.