In the face of the global coronavirus pandemic, the thoughts on everybody’s mind are how to stay healthy and how to keep their family members healthy.
While the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention says avoiding all contact is the best way to prevent catching COVID-19, many of us still have to go out to get to work, pick up groceries or run basic errands. To protect yourself, the CDC recommends for people to thoroughly wash their hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
But what if there isn’t soap and water nearby? Or what if you have to touch a door handle that dozens of people have already touched at the office, or push a shopping cart in the crowded supermarket to snatch that last loaf of bread? The longer you wait after touching dirty surfaces, the more likely you are to touch your face or others with unwashed hands, causing germs to spread. That’s where hand sanitizer comes in.
The CDC says people should use sanitizers containing at least 60% alcohol, which is one of the safest and most effective ingredients for killing 99.9% of germs. Clean Hands 24/7 is a premium anti-bacterial hand sanitizer containing 70% alcohol. And it’s a spray.
Here are three reasons why you should use a spray hand sanitizer over a gel:
1) A spray is effective on surfaces as well as skin.
With a gel hand sanitizer, you can’t apply it effectively on that dirty doorknob or that germ-infested shopping cart handle. A gel is gloopy and requires you to physically spread it over a surface. Who wants to use their hands to rub down a contaminated door handle or wipe all over a filthy shopping cart? I sure don’t.
With a spray, all you have to do is squirt the sanitizing agent on the nasty surfaces, allowing you to keep your distance and minimize contact.
The CDC recommends for people to frequently clean and disinfect often-touched surfaces like your cellphones, tablets, laptops, faucets, light switches and everything else that you come into physical contact with. If you’re out and about, chances are you’re not carrying a bottle of bleach or another household cleaner with you, making regular disinfecting a difficult if not impossible task.
A spray hand sanitizer gives you more disinfecting options while on the go. With a bottle of spray hand sanitizer in your pocket, you can disinfect more surfaces before you touch them. If you’re sitting down in the breakroom or a café, you can spray the table before placing your coffee or sandwich on the surface. You can spray down the faucet before turning on the water, you can disinfect the switch before hitting the lights on. If you’re in a public restroom, you spray down the stall door, toilet seat and handle before conducting your business.
2) A spray hand sanitizer is easier to share.
A spray hand sanitizer cuts down on waste and makes it easier to sanitize others, like your friends, spouse or children. A spray almost always dispenses the same amount with every press. A spray hand sanitizer is easy to use on the hands stretched across a table or those of little ones at your knees.
Children like to touch everything, then put their hands all over everyone. They often put their hands on their faces and in their mouths, spreading germs they have picked up from just about everywhere. For children, gels can seem gross, and they likely have not learned how to effectively rub it in. If too much is dispensed, the gel ends up all over the place as they crazily flick their hands.
A spray seems to require less rubbing. It doesn’t take much for it to dry, and it doesn’t feel weird on the hands, making it easier for children to handle and understand.
A spray is easy to carry and use on the go.
A bottle of Clean Hands 24/7 Premium Anti-Bacterial Hand Sanitizer fits easily in pockets, making on the go sanitizing a breeze. When you do have to pick up that office phone, turn a doorknob, type in your pin number on a card reader or shake the hand of a client, decontamination is just inches away with a spray sanitizer. Sometimes physical contact with dirty surfaces is unavoidable, but you can quickly get peace of mind and stay safer by keeping spray sanitizer in reach.
A spray doesn’t require much effort to dispense, and it’s easy to use with one hand, thus minimizing the surfaces that your unclean hands touch. With its quicker drying nature and consistent dispensing amount, you can frequently clean your hands with ease.
If you are feeling sick, please avoid contact with others. Use a spray sanitizer on everything you touch and wash your hands with soap and water frequently.
|Ingredients||Isopropyl Alcohol, Hydrogen Peroxide, Glycerin, Distilled Water, Aloe Vera, Isopropyl Myristate, Fragrance (Parfum), Vitamin E.|