DIY Decorated Clorox Wipes -Match Your Decor

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Originally published August 3, 2015 and updated April 7, 2020.

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Have you got extra disenfecting wipes containers that you’re wondering what to do with? This simple tutorial for DIY decorated Clorox wipes is the perfect answer.

You can decorate the container so that it matches your decor and you can also decorate the empty container and put it to use as repurposed organizing in your home.

Make these easy decorated Clorox Wipes containers to match your decor and make keeping your home clean and disinfected easier. #BacktoClean [ad]

I have a confession. I’m a bit of a clean freak. With 3 children, you can understand why keeping my home clean, removing dirt and germs is important to me.

Being the kind of mama that likes to keep everything clean and germ-free, I keep a container of Clorox® Disinfecting Wipes in the kitchen and every bathroom so there are no excuses for not cleaning up often.

And because I like to keep things pretty in my home, I take a few minutes to make these easy decorated Clorox Wipes containers to match the decor in each room.

What to do with empty Clorox wipes containers?

33 colorfully decorated disinfecting wipes containers

Whether you decorate the empty disinfecting wipes container or not, you can use them:

  1. To hold plastic shopping bags
  2. To hold crayons or colored pencils
  3. As a stand for your toilet bowl brush
  4. As a mini trash can in your car
  5. To hold paint brushes
  6. Cut them down to make office organizers
  7. As a pot to start seedlings in
  8. To hold small toys in the car
  9. Cut them down to make organizing dishes for rings and bracelets
  10. To hold toys for trips to the restaurant
  11. As a treasure box for rocks, leaves and such
  12. In the laundry room to hold items from pockets
  13. To hold a button collection
  14. To hold nails and screws on a work table
  15. To hold receipts
  16. As a piggy bank for change
  17. To hold kitchen utensils on the counter
  18. To make a time capsule
  19. To hold washi tape
  20. To hold pipe cleaners
  21. To hold rulers in a sewing room or classroom
  22. Cut them down to make junk drawer organizers
  23. To hold homemade DIY disinfecting wipes
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DIY Decorated Clorox Wipes Container

The Clorox Disinfecting Wipes container is made from the recyclable number 2 class of HDPE (High Density Polyethylene) so it’s recyclable (which I love), but what I really like is to repurpose the containers.

disinfecting wipes container with yellow fish on bottle with roll of wipes pulled halfway out of container

You know me, I hate to throw anything useful out.  I look for ways to reuse wipes containers. It makes me so happy that I can simply refill the container when it’s empty and reuse the decorated container over and over again. Repurposed wipes containers – yea!

It’s really so easy to decorate the Clorox Wipes containers. The decorating possibilities are endless. When the containers are this pretty you can see why you’re happy to leave them out on your counter and show them off. 

disinfecting wipes container decorated with colorful flowers  on white wood table next to calculator  and pencil


  • Clorox Disinfecting Wipes
  • Decorative paper  (I’ve also used wall paper cut-outs and recycled greeting card images)
  • Paper cutter or scissors
  • Decoupage glue
  • Sponge brush
  • Rubber Bands
2 Clorox wipes containers with crafting supplies in front

Measure the decorative paper so that it is the size of the label that you’ll be covering. You can remove the label so that you can place smaller images on the white container. If you’re going to remove the label, plan so that your images can cover the glue line that held the label in place.

yellow Clorox wipes container with blue paper laying on top

Apply decoupage glue to the back of the decorative paper and attach the paper to the container.

Use rubber bands placed around the container to hold the paper in place while it dries.

 I always cover the front side of the paper with decoupague glue as well to protect it since I’ll be keeping the container in the kitchen or bathroom and it may be exposed to moisture.

hand holding sponge brush and container with blue paper in background

Voila! In less than 10 minutes, you’ve created a personalized decorated Clorox Disinfecting Wipes container than you can have easily accessible in your home. Having the wipes readily available means it’s more likely that my family will help clean up. 

Disinfecting wipes container decorated with blue paper by kitchen sink

Check out my more than 75 repurposed organizing ideas, just like this one.

collage of six repurposed projects for home organizing

Cute fish wallpaper cut-outs decorate the Clorox Disinfecting Wipes container that looks adorable in my children’s bathroom.  Having the Clorox Disinfecting Wipes out on the bathroom counter encourages my children to wipe up the bathroom surfaces.

Disinfecting wipes container decorated with fish decals in a bathroom

This same container would be a fun and useful teacher gift. As a mom, I want to make sure that my children’s teachers have plenty of Clorox Disinfecting Wipes to clean and sanitize the classroom  and to keep my children’s classroom environment healthier. A healthier classroom environment helps keep my children from bring germs home from school.

School supplies with wipes container decorated with fish decals

With 3 kids and 33 combined years of bringing germs home from school, I’m a big believer in cleaning and disinfecting the high-traffic areas where germs are most often spread – door handles, light switches, faucets and surfaces in the kitchen and bathrooms.

Keeping a decorated Clorox Wipes container in out on the counter makes it easy to clean and disinfect at the same time. What’s your favorite use for Clorox Disinfecting Wipes?

Check out all my favorite repurposed organizing ideas, crafts, hacks and more in the table below. You can scroll though the table and look for ideas or search for specific ideas with the magnifying glass in the upper right-hand corner (on desktop). Click on the topic and then click through the specific article.

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  1. Susan, I love using Clorox wipes, but always hid them below the sink. I just wasn’t fond of having them on my counter. Now, I can have them on my counter! I love that you used old cards and wallpaper. Now, each time you go to wipe up some yucky germs, you will have a good memory to think of and not germs! Smart girl.

  2. What a creative way to decorate those Clorox containers! We always keep a container of Clorox Wipes under every sink in the house. They are perfect for quick clean-ups! #client

    1. I’d carry a container strapped to my hip if I could figure out how to do that, David. Glad to meet a fellow focused-on-clean family.

  3. This is too cute! I’m definitely going to do this, I’m bit of a clean freak so I always have these out!

  4. I do this with containers all of the time. Paper and modpodge are a great combination! Pinning! Thanks for linking to Tips & Tricks. Can’t wait to see what you link up next. šŸ™‚

    1. What a great idea that you can personalize to your decor, Georgia! I love repurposing items that would have just been thrown out or recycled.

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