About (taken from website): PURELL Hand Sanitizer was invented in 1988 by GOJO to meet the needs of healthcare providers and restaurants operators looking for ways to reduce the spread of germs. Healthcare workers needed to kill germs on their hands when they couldn’t get to soap and water. And restaurant operators needed extra germ-fighting protection to reduce the risk of food contamination.
Review: During the winter months germs latch on to anything and everything. My husband and I just had a new baby a few weeks ago, and making sure we keep are hands clean is a full time job. I have 2 kids in high school and a toddler who is… well, kinda gross. He is 3 and we are teaching him germs. Not to pick his nose and to wash hands after we potty. Purell has several products to make sure that our hands stay clean even when we aren’t at home.
PURELL® Sanitizing Wipes Clean Refreshing Scent
Sometimes when we are at home, and have full hands I can’t always follow the little one into the bathroom to make sure that he washes his hands really well. Sometimes I will toss him a baby wipe and have him clean up. But, I really do know better that it will clean but not get rid of the germs festering on his hands and face. These wipes are perfect for at home or on the go and will kill 99.9% of germs.
PURELL® Advanced Hand Sanitizer in JELLY WRAP™ Carriers
- Sweet Plum in purple jelly *
- Oven Baked Apples in gold jelly*
- Ocean Kiss in blue jelly
- Ginger Spice in red jelly*
* indicates they were new scents for the holiday season
These jellies are perfect for clipping to diaper bags, purses and book bags. Kills 99.99% of germs.
PURELL® Hand Sanitizer for Home or Work
This is the most used hand sanitizer. My kids used to have to take a bottle of this to school on the first day for the class to use. Comes in several scents and sizes. Perfect to pump a few squirts and your all clean!
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