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So Much Sanitizing

Before March of 2020 most of us did not think about sanitizing the way that we do today. Sure we washed our hands after going to the bathroom and maybe we even carried hand sanitizer around in case we touched something gross. Skip to January 2021 – COVID continues and  hand sanitizing and disinfecting are now a part of everything we do. 

Good thing Eddie’s offers 2 oz sprays that provide 200 uses and 8 oz sprays that offer 800 uses per bottle.

At Eddie’s Clean Hands we are dedicated to the health of you and your family. To assist our customers we created a resource of weekly sanitizing tips to give best practices during these unprecedented times.

Here are some of articles that you may want to revisit as COVID numbers continue to surge:

  • Sanitizing In The Workplace – While some may still be able to work from home, many are back in the office. Follow these tips to stay safe at the office.
  • Back To School Best Practices – If your kid is back in the classroom this article can help you prepare to send them off to school and worry a little less.
  • Sanitizer On The Go – It’s 9 months later and quarantine may no longer be an option. As you are out and about consider these commonly touched surfaces that are breeding grounds for germs and bacteria.
  • Disinfecting Your Car – Now that you are back out and about be sure to pay attention to the cleanliness of the medium that gets you from potentially infected point A to B.
  • Safe Grocery Shopping – Grocery shopping is a necessity that most of us cannot avoid even during these uncertain times.

You can check out these articles and many others on our sanitizing tips blog and even subscribe to have our content emailed to you weekly. 

All of our products are made in the USA, enriched with aloe and have a clean scent that isn’t permeated with the offensive smell of alcohol despite it being 75% alcohol. Shop our 40% sale today so you can keep calm and sanitize on. 

Tips For Safely Going To The Gym During COVID

For many people COVID and the associated quarantine have resulted in weight gain and the start of the new year has many pondering how to safely shed those pounds. While there is a risk associated with going anywhere that shares so many commonly touched surfaces, following best practices can greatly reduce those risks so that you can get back on the road to fitness.

Here are the precautions that should be taken when going to gym:

  • Pack a mask and Eddie’s Clean Hands in your gym bag. Many gyms are providing hand sanitizer but it is best to bring your own. Eddie’s uses 75% alcohol, exceeding the recommended amount. Not to mention that using the gym’s hand sanitizer exposes you to germs on the dispenser.
  • Maintain social distancing guidelines of at least 6 feet between yourself and other gym members. To make this possible, many gyms are limiting capacity to 50-75% depending on state guidelines. 
  • Limit the indoor group fitness classes you choose to those that are low intensity such as yoga and Pilates. High intensity classes such as cycling and Zumba increase the number of breaths you take, which could let more respiratory droplets collect in a room.
  • Wipe down free weights, weight machines and cardio machines before use with Eddie’s Clean Hands which also doubles as a multi-purpose disinfectant in addition to being a hand sanitizer. 
  • Sanitize your hands before and after you use each piece of equipment.
  • Refrain from touching your mouth, nose or eyes while in the gym. Touching these areas of the face after touching a contaminated surface can put you at risk for contracting COVID. 
  • Upon returning home, toss your gym clothes directly into the washer and then sanitize with your Eddie’s Clean Hands.

Keeping these tips in mind and a bottle of Eddie’s Clean Hands close by is the best way to get back into the gym. Shop our 40% off sale today to take the first step to preparing to reach your fitness goals!