Pure-Go is perfect for...anyone who wants to protect themselves against infections...even when soap and water isn't available.
Plymouth, MI (PRWEB) December 3, 2009
It still blazes across news channels, web sites and magazine covers day after day -- dire statistics and dozens of stories about the spread of H1N1 influenza A (swine flu) . Reports of vaccine shortages and long lines for clinics paint a discouraging picture during this pandemic.
But finally, there is some good news.
Pure-Go® is a revolutionary device that allows people to sanitize their hands anytime, anywhere. Worn on the wrist, the Pure-Go® is a refillable silicone device that can be filled with any alcohol-based hand sanitizer solution.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advocates education and hand hygiene as keys to success in fighting germs, including the current flu epidemic.
“One of the very first lines of defense to stave off illness and bacteria-related infections is simple hand hygiene,” says Jeff Powers, creator of Pure-Go®. “Everyone should exercise caution in this emergency situation, it’s a scenario that requires personal responsibility. We’ve created a tool to help make it simple to clean your hands in a discrete and convenient manner. It gives the wearer peace of mind.”
Pure-Go® isn’t just a flu fighter. It’s perfect for parents and children, teachers, tourists, business travelers and health care workers—anyone who wants to protect themselves against infections on a daily basis, even when soap and water isn’t readily available.
The Pure-Go® Wrist Worn Hand Sanitizer Kit includes: the Pure-Go® dispenser, a 2 oz. bottle of hand sanitizer and a refill nozzle. It can be refilled with any standard brand of hand sanitizer and takes just seconds to fill. The ability to refill and reuse the product again and again truly separates the Pure-Go® from other portable solutions. The Pure-Go is available in several standard colors.
"Influenza A viruses, such as swine flu, as well as many others, are fragile and can be easily destroyed through proper hygiene, including use of soap and water and alcohol-based hand sanitizers," says Dr. Judy Daly, director of the Clinical Microbiology Laboratories, Primary Children's Medical Center, Salt Lake City. The Pure-Go® puts that ability right at your fingertips.
“The bottom line is that individuals have a great deal of personal control over their health,” explains Powers. “Excellent hand hygiene can keep you healthy, and educational information about the effectiveness of hand sanitizer is readily available from various health organizations. Keep your hands out of your mouth and eyes, and clean them regularly. It’s a simple message that can go a long way toward curbing the spread of germs, including H1N1.”
For more information on how to defend yourself against swine flu and other infections by wearing your hand sanitizer on you wrist with a Pure-Go®, please call 877-696-7484 or visit http://www.purgo-creations.com.