GermzAway Alcohol Free Sanitiser vs Alcohol Sanitiser
Alison Newell, Hickory House Childcare Ltd
We have been very impressed with the GermzAway products and are happy to recommend them. The hand sanitisers are alcohol-free, non drying and non sticky, which makes them much nicer to use and much kinder on the skin than other sanitisers. The micro-misters are really useful to sanitise items which can't be washed.
Sarah Hoyle, West Yorkshire
After using alcohol based sanitisers daily for 4 months my hands became dry, cracked and very painful. I have only been using GermzAway solution for one week and the difference is unbelievable. My hands actually feel moisturised as well as being sanitised with no stinging, pain or smell. I would highly recommend this product to everyone.
Yorkshire Masonry Specialists
I needed solutions to keep my contractors safe on site and GermzAway provided me with exactly that. I now have automatic hand sanitising dispensers installed on all my construction sites with a regular flow of hand sanitising liquid. Perfect service provided.
Faye Hatton, Photographer
The Germzaway hand foam sanitiser is fab! Scent less and tasteless makes it perfect for sanitising hands before a picnic!! Very handy size for pockets and bags. It isn’t harsh like the alcohol gels so my hands have become a lot less dry and stripped of moisture.
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