July 5, 2018
You are probably asking yourself, is there really a wrong way to apply hand sanitizer? It isn’t that there is a wrong way, but there may be a better way to ensure that it is killing the germs and bacteria you are trying to remove. Most people, including myself, typically squeeze a little bit out, do a quick once over and move on with what we were doing. As it turns out, that may not be the most effective way to apply it. We are all in a hurry these days, but if you aren’t using it correctly, it may be pointless to use it at all.
So what is the proper way to use hand sanitizer? Below are a few things to keep in mind in order to get the most out your hand sanitizer.
Hand sanitizer effectively kills 99.9% percent of the bacteria that causes viruses and other illnesses, helping to prevent it from spreading from person to person. Remember, hand sanitizer is not a replacement for hand washing, but helps prevent the spread of diseases and is the perfect solution when soap and water are not available.