can baby wipes be used on shabbos?
Is it ok to use wipes on hard surfaces (i.e. clorox wipes on a toilet)?
Why? Does the Rav require that the user use them softly?
There is enough moisture on the surface of the wipe and therefore no need to squeeze. So any squeezing that is done would not be an issue.
Is this a large debate where the liquid actually is? And even if that is indeed the case, please explain this statement. Are you saying that because is it לא ניחא ליה and not a פסיק רישיה it is ok?
The Rabbis opinion isn’t based on the debate regarding how the droplets are stored. More that you don’t intend to squeeze out liquid.
Please explain why it is not a violation of סחיטה being that you want the liquid absorbed in the wipe to come out to enhance the cleaning .
In addition if one is using it to wipe off makeup on face which vigorously rubbing is necessary
the water definitely will be squeezed out פסיק רישיה דניחא ליה
Thank you! I was wondering though - the gemara and many achronim (in contrast to SA - as listed in the sefer אוצר הלכות) say that the reason you can’t use a sponge is because of פסיק רישיה (unless it has a leather handle) of סחיטה. (ש"ע seems to say in contrast ספוג אין מקנחין בו אלא אם כן יש בו בית אחיזה גזירה שמא יסחוט). My question is: According to the Rov, there is no פסיק רישיה - even if it comes out there should be no concern!