In this blog post, we will discuss seven ways that you can use hand sanitiser in everyday life. Did you know that the average person touches their face at least 18 times a day?
A friendly reminder to use hand sanitiser!
Remember, bacteria lives everywhere, on surfaces or objects like phones, keyboards, door handles and of course on your hands. Wouldn’t you want to keep your hands clean, especially in times of COVID? Hand sanitiser is an easy and effective way to keep your hands clean and free from germs. It's also great for killing bacteria on surfaces like keyboards, phones, tabletops, and so much more. And, you can use it anytime - at work, home, school or at the gym.
In case you have sensitive and dry skin, we have created a very special hand sanitiser that does not take away any moisture from your skin, but supply an abundance of it, due of one special ingredient we use. This particular ingredient is also used in anti-aging skin products to prevent dehydration of the skin and therefore wrinkle formation. It is called Hyaluronic acid and it can absorb 1000 times its own weight in water, and when applied to skin, it penetrates to the deeper layers and locks in the moisture. We have worked out a very unique formula for our hand sanitiser and have used certified food grade 96.4% vol. Ethyl alcohol instead of the cheaper Isopropyl version and blended it with said Hyaluronic acid as well as certified organic essential oils that are naturally anti-microbial and kill 99% of all common germs.
Hand sanitiser is usually a liquid or gel-like fluid that kills bacteria and germs on contact within a few seconds. It is used to sanitise and clean hands and prevent bacteria transmission in order to reduce transmission and susceptibility to illness. This is an important reason why we recommend using it regularly whenever you need to keep your hands clean and bacteria-free, so you can be confident you are doing everything in your ability to stay healthy. Cleaning your hands with hand sanitiser is one of the best ways to protect yourself from getting sick, and it is available in most public places now like schools, hospitals, offices, restaurants and gyms.
It is a good idea to always keep some handy for those times when soap isn't readily available or convenient. Hand sanitiser is an essential product for any household and is a must-have nowadays to keep yourself and your family healthy, while going through the covid-19 pandemic, or the cold and flu season.
Here are seven different ways you can use hand sanitiser in your life:
1) Keep it at the office or at home to use before eating lunch or after using the restroom. Shook hands with somebody? Use the Hand sanitiser immediately afterwards. It’s always best practice to wash your hands thoroughly with warm water and soap, however, if there is no water and soap available, then hand sanitiser is the next best option instead. It will kill most common bacteria on your skin, which brings us to the next use for this resourceful product.
2) Use it as a substitute for soap when washing hands and the soap has run out. Please remember it is important to rub your hands for at least 20 seconds with either the soap or the hand sanitiser before you rinse with water.
3) Clean off sticky substances with it, like gum from desks or chairs. Apply some hand sanitiser to a cloth or paper towel to remove stubborn spots from all sorts of surfaces and textures. Use sparingly, less is more, and when using on delicate fabrics, check for staining first.
4) Clean off surfaces of kitchen counters and dining room tables to prevent food poisoning. It will disinfect these surfaces perfectly. When cleaning tables, desks and chairs at restaurants or other public places, please use your hand sanitiser generously as the risk of getting an infection from those is the highest.
5) An easy way to clean surfaces around the house is to mix some hand sanitiser with water in a spray bottle and spray on light switches, door handles, doorknobs, toilet seats, and other high-touch surfaces. Use for spills in kitchens or bathrooms, especially if you don't have access to water. Hand sanitiser can be an effective alternative that will not damage your surfaces.
6) Cleaning household surfaces and objects that are difficult to clean with soap, like keyboards or remote controls. Another perfect use for hand sanitiser is if you need to clean electronics without allowing them to get wet, or when such sensitive items can’t tolerate harsh chemicals.
7) Adding some hand sanitiser into your laundry detergent when washing clothes will help removing odours and fighting bacteria.
We are sure there are many more clever ways of using hand sanitiser and there are really not many excuses for not stocking up on some of this amazingly versatile substance today. We have created one of the best hand sanitiser available in the market and it comes in two sizes, the large glass pump bottle and in a small glass pocket size pump for you to keep it handy in the car, your purse, or your desk at work. You will never know when it will come in handy in times of the pandemic to keep yourself and your family healthy and safe.
Who would have known that there are so many different uses for hand sanitiser, than simply just for our hands? Have some peace of mind with the above seven tips knowing hand sanitiser is not just valuable for disinfecting hands, but indispensable when water and soap are not ‘on hand’ (pun intended). Do you use hand sanitiser? What are your favourite uses for it? Let us know writing us a comment. We would love to hear your tips.