Bulk Hand Wash Refill
Germ Free is an bulk wash hand refill which has added bactericides to help in the fight against enveloped viruses Kills 99.9% of all germs
The bactericide has been tested against both gram+ and gram- bacteria and kills 99.99% of germs.
Since it is intended for frequent use, it contains emollients which help to keep skin moist and thus prevents cracking which can cause infection.
Who Should Use Bulk Hand Wash Refill?
Everyone who works in a medical field, food handling preparation areas and those that have a responsibility to maintain a high degree of personnel cleanliness.
Using this antibacterial hand wash 5l with correct and regular hand washing will help to reduce the risk of infections and cross-contamination in the following areas:
- medical practices
- care and nursing homes
- dental practices
- food processing plants
- other catering environment
Benefits Of Antibacterial Hand Wash 5L
- Active powerful bactericide - kills 99.99% of bacteria, leaving hands hygienically clean
- Non perfumed - can be used in food preparation areas
- Concentrated - economical in use
- Contains emollients - helps keep skin soft and supple
Germ Free antibacterial hand wash 5l is used for frequent hand washing in hygiene conscious areas such as hospitals, care homes, as well as food processing and manufacturing.
How Can I Make Sure That My Hands Are Germ Free?
Apply a small amount of cleaning lotion to the palm of your hand. Gently rub in to ensure you massage and cover all hands and wrist area. The space between the fingers and under/around the fingernails require particular attention as they are potential areas where bacteria can grow and flourish. Continue rubbing for up to 1 minute and then rinse with clean water to remove all soap residue.
It can be used by a single application or through many types of soap dispensers.
- We have an Emergency Planning Procedure Guide in place. Please contact us for this guide.
You can talk to APT's hygiene experts for any advice or help.
For further advice on hand washing - https://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/why-handwashing.html