Winter lingers with storm after storm. Even school vacations don’t alleviate the spread of germs as kids engage in indoor and outdoor play, special vacation camps, and activities with friends. Hand hygiene is one of the best ways to control the spread of germs which can lead to a variety of child and adult illnesses.
There is now a safer and more effective hand sanitation product on the market that is very appealing over more traditional alcohol based gels and foams. Kleenhanz is a 100% alcohol-free hand cleaning and sanitizing wipe that kills 99.99% of germs and bacteria on contact through the use of antimicrobial and hypoallergenic agents.
Why eliminate alcohol from hand sanitizing products? Alcohol does not clean hands; it just relocates dirt and grime. Alcohol is drying and can cause dry, cracked skin that is susceptible to infection. Alcohol stings an open wound. Alcohol’s germ killing ability is short lived. Alcohol is toxic and flammable. Alcohol based hand sanitizers are increasingly banned in schools and child care facilities. Alcohol based wipes are meant to be used on already clean hands.
Developed more than ten years ago, Kleenhanz alcohol-free wipes provide long-lasting germ killing protection without the drying effects of alcohol. Kleenhanz kills 99.9% of germs on contact. Wipes are antimicrobial and hypoallergenic. They leave hands feeling soft and smooth. They’re non-flammable and non-toxic. Kleenhanz formula is over 99% water based.
“The increasing abuse and harmful side effects of alcohol based products are the reasons Kleenhanz was created,” said Lance FitzSimon, Kleenhanz COO. “Customers include schools, medical establishments, restaurants, nursing homes, daycares, and individuals.”
Kleenhanz products are available in several options. These options include small and large individual dispensing canisters, On the Go Packs and Trays, a 500 count dispensing pail, towelette dispensing roll, and combination packages with a variety of options included in them. Containers are perfectly sized for purses, diaper bags, backpacks, lockers, gym bags, vehicle consoles, carry-ons, desktops, and anywhere instant hand cleaning is needed.
Kleenhanz was selected for use by the 2012 Men’s and Women’s Olympic Basketball teams. After an almost 2 year trial of using the Kleenhanz® towelettes by the USA Basketball teams around the globe under the direction of the former Director of Medicine for the International Olympic Committee, Kleenhanz® was chosen as the hand cleansing and sanitizing product for the basketball teams at the 2012 Olympic games in London and continues to be used in events.
The Dallas Cowboys began using Kleenhanz® in 2009. The Cowboys placed Kleenhanz® in every player locker, in their weight and training rooms in Valley Ranch and at their new stadium. Cowboy players are determined to stay healthy and they know the importance of keeping their hands germ-free, and keeping themselves on the field!
Kleenhanz has an A+ Better Business Bureau rating.
Kleenhanz® is committed to conducting our business in a manner that is environmentally responsible and consistent with our commitment to social responsibility and sustainability. Our commitment to environmental awareness and preservation is reflected throughout our business as we strive to expand our sustainability efforts in many ways including:
• USDA Bio-Preferred status
• 100% biodegradable formula that is over 99% water based
• Recyclable dispensers and canisters
• Recycled materials used in product production
• Innovative product designs requiring less plastics
• Recyclable materials used for packaging• Paperless accounting model
• Kleenhanz® is committed to sustainable solutions
Kleenhanz products are available in stores in the Southwest US and online. Use code 10OFF to receive 10% off online orders at checkout in areas where products are not in stores. Encourage your local retailer to carry Kleeenhanz products to offer a healthier hand wipe alternative.
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