from the hazards of contaminated surfaces.
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The Clean Touch Features
The world is changing and we have to start adapting to a new, more healthy way of living. Germ Avoid Keychain Tool’s compacted design makes it convenient, quick and easy to use.
Keychain tool offering a better way to open doors & use shared surfaces like checkouts or ATMs. But it can be used for so much more.
We wanted to use our design and manufacturing ability to come out with a Offering Handheld Utility Tool. Avoid direct contact with the shared surfaces.
You can carry this on a lanyard or on your keys and it’s pocket-friendly. Used in a variety of occasions, It’s all housed in a sleek, compact gift case so that you’re ready for any situation.
Avoid Germs on
It’s no secret that public surfaces are filled with germs! Everywhere you go, you have to push, pull, or touch something--whether it’s an elevator button, door handle, ATM machine, or gas pump, it is important to protect yourself from these contaminated surfaces. Avoid germs with our compact, portable, and easy-to-use products.
Avoid Life Threatening Germs
By Using the Clean Touch.
The Clean Touch is the best solution when it comes to avoiding germs. You no longer have to worry about touching germ-filled surfaces when you have a finger guard that you can bring with you everywhere. Simply slide out the elastic germ guard, insert your finger, and it’s ready to go.
Buttons Have Human Fecal Matter on Them!
Can Carry up to 200 Infectious Diseases.
Are Contaminated Enough to Spread Illness.
The Importance of
Hand Washing and Cleaning Surfaces
“People do not realize the amount of contamination they are exposed to going to work each day and doing everyday things like filling their gas tank or riding on an elevator,” Charles Gerba, a professor of microbiology at the University of Arizona, said in a statement. “This new testing is compelling because it underscores the importance of hand and surface hygiene. Most cold and flu viruses are spread because people touch surfaces in their immediate area and then touch their faces, other objects and other people. Washing and drying your hands frequently throughout the day, can help prevent your risk of getting sick or spreading illness around the office.”