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Credit Card Size Hand Sanitizer is an easy fit in your pocket, for those on the move.
We’ve recently released a new travel hand sanitizer that is “pocket sized” and can easily fit into your bag for perfect portability. This product compliments our travel hand sanitizer spray pen that is refillable too in order to keep clean when on the road.
With the covid-19 pandemic highlighting the need for both social distancing and keeping our hands clean, plus many states gradually pulling back from lockdown, it is more important than ever to ensure that when we’re away from home we take the necessary steps to stay safe and protected from coronavirus. One of the easiest ways to do this is to carry a travel hand sanitizer with you wherever you go. One of the main issues that we’ve come across with hand sanitizer is that not all products are designed to be portable. It’s all well and good buying a hand sanitizer spray that will last a long time, but absolutely no use if it is too big for a pocket or handbag. That is why our range of travel hand sanitizers are designed for ease of use and portability in mind.
Remember not all hand sanitizers are created equally. For effective use they need to contain ethyl alcohol (or similar) and the concentration of alcohol needs to be high enough to kill germs. The credit card, travel size hand sanitizer contains 62% ethyl alcohol, which means it can kill 99.99% of all known harmful germs. This can help keep your hands free from germs, clean and safe.
Alongside using antibacterial hand sanitizer gels when you’re out and about, you should also try to find time to wash your hands with hand soap and water if possible. In fact, when you’re at home this is the best way to ensure clean hands are maintained. However, when you’re out and about in public, it’s not always possible to find a bathroom, washroom or place to keep your hands clean. When we’re out, we are constantly exposed to germs on surfaces that other people have touched. Doors to shops, handles and rails on public transport, restaurants and cafes are all potential places where you can unknowingly pick up germs including COVID-19. That’s why it is important for personal care to wash your hands regularly when it is possible, and when washroom facilities are not available adopt a hand sanitizing routine. Using hand sanitizer cleanser when you encounter surfaces and objects that others have touched can reduce your chances of falling ill from a number of different ailments, from the common cold, to even coronavirus. Washing your hands and using hand sanitizer lotions are not the be all and end all of the personal care that you need to take. Social distancing and reducing your contact with others is important since germs and diseases are also airborne and not just found on surfaces, so you should keep this in mind too.