SEVERAL UNIVERSITY RESEARCHERS AND CLINICAL LABS HAVE TESTED GYMS, SPORTS EQUIPMENT AND PLAYERS’ UNIFORMS
FINDING HARMFUL BACTERIA SAMPLES ON ALL.
IN THESE ENVIRONMENTS GERMS ARE BEING TRANSMITTED FROM EQUIPMENT AND UNIFORMS, CAUSING MICROSCOPIC SKIN ABRASIONS AND INFECTIONS REQUIRING MEDICAL TREATMENT OR EVEN SURGERY. APPLYING PURMIST CAN HELP PROTECT YOU FROM THESE HARMFUL, DISEASE-CAUSING GERMS TO DECREASE THE RATE OF CONTAMINATION.
PurMist offers the newest in personal protection technology for infection control available to consumers to date. The pocket-sized mister is perfect for any application on the go. The personal mister fits easily into any pocket, purse, suit jacket, knapsack and handbag to mention only a few applications.The mist is easily applied to the skin. Remove cap, apply mist as needed onto the hands and rub until thoroughly dry. If skin/hands become so...Read more »
Parents are now able to protect their children from harmful bacteria and germs while on the go. Applied before playing with other children at daycare, the playground, sporting events and countless other venues, PurMist can kill these threats instantly and continually protect for 6 hours after proper application. For application information reference visit Personal Mister. DISCLAIMER: Do NOT spray in or near the eyes, mouth, other people, i...Read more »
The value of PurMist is a new superior technology for human-to-human cross contamination through touch. Now PurMist adds a new delivery system which can apply the spray to the hands as well as the arms. The spray is able to disperse 360 degrees for full coverage. Apply from the elbows under the forearms down to the hands. Once both hands and arms have full coverage, with hands wipe both arms and hands thoroughly until fully dried. Protects fr...Read more »
KIDS Hand and Arm Protection is the first dispersing full-arm sanitizer available on the market to date. Possessing all the prime benefits of the PurMist family of products, this new technology can be applied at any venue including, but not limited to, before or at school, daycare, sporting venues and play dates to help protect from harmful bacteria and germs typically spread by touch. Children are taught to sneeze and cough into their hands ...Read more »