Hand sanitizer can come in handy for so many things (no pun intended). I love to have a bottle in the car, and a bottle at home. It also makes a great gift for teachers. Until now, I had been familiar with only the gel that evaporates on your hands, but did you know there are lotion and protective spray santizer versions too?
My personal favorite from these new-to-me products is the Germ Bloc Hand Sanitizer Lotion. You can get it in bottles or with the handy hook to hang it on diaper bags, totes, backpacks, etc. I love that little hanger. The lotion absorbs instantly, and it doesn't contain any alcohol at all. Germ Bloc notes that their lotion sanitizer kills 99.9% of all germs and it lasts four times longer than sanitizers that contain alcohol. The lotion form of the sanitizer is great because it will not crack or dry out your skin. These are great for every day, but they would also be nice for holiday stockings or for tucking into a little care basket for any teacher too!
The Germ Bloc Spray is nice because it keeps high touch areas clean. Can you just see me now, walking around spraying the door handles at the school where the cute, but sometimes germy little hands have all been, over and over again? I probably wouldn't go that far, but believe me, I've thought of it, especially during flu season (which it is right now).
If you're looking for a screen cleaner that removes germs, Germ Bloc has that too. I think it'd be nice to have one of those on my desk, just for instances when I needed it. So many things are touch screen nowadays, including my computer screen, and that means things can get gunked up fast! One Germ Bloc spray would clean and de-germ the screen instantly, and that's a winning germ-fighting combo.
I can think of a million and one places to use any of the above. Like I mentioned, in a school (for the teachers or the students), in the house, at the park, while traveling, when guests arrive, and so on and so forth. Germ Bloc is just a handy thing to keep around.
You can learn more about Germ Bloc by visiting their website. You can also follow them on Facebook and/or Twitter.
Where would you use your Germ Bloc?