Sanitizer Options

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Hand Sanitizer Options

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Purell waterless hand sanitizer has been preventing the spread of germs and illness since 1988.  Originally designed as a way for healthcare workers to kill germs on the go, it has since been accepted as the industry standard for waterless hand hygiene.  Its effective formula kills 99.99% of most common germs but allows for the convenience to be used anywhere.  Today, all facilities from the healthcare industry to schools and all points in-between use Purell waterless hand sanitizer to help prevent the spread of germs.  It is one of the most recognizable brands in the world and is the brand that most doctors and health professionals prefer.  The CDC recognizes the use of hand sanitizer as a valid alternative to hand washing when hands are not visibly dirty.  Purell’s reputation speaks for itself which is why it is America’s #1 hand sanitizer


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    Hand sanitizer should be used or readily available to keep these areas safe:

    • After using the bathroom
    • Before eating or drinking anything
    • Before and after handling raw foods, fish, poultry, or eggs
    • After riding public transportation
    • In schools and day care centers
    • After changing diapers
    • When one is sick
    • After shaking hands
    • After sneezing or coughing
    • After touching an ATM, elevator buttons or escalator handrails