CleanTech Hand Sanitizer Device
80 percent of the diseases can be spread by touch. It should be noted that soap and warm water can not kill microbes but only detach them from the skin surface in comparison to disinfectants of course, this is a time consuming process and requires a careful wash. On the other hand the water temperature that could kill microbes exceeds the range of skin tolerance and burns it. Instead a high quality disinfectant fluid while killing germs, bacteria, fungi and some types of viruses, prevent some of the common microbial diseases and their transmission (such as the flue). Good disinfectant also prevent germ cell replacement and growth on the skin after a short time. Disinfection fluid can kill 99 percent of germs within 30 seconds, it could rise up to 99.99 percent for a high quality fluid after one minute. It takes only to apply the liquid on hands (about 5 cc for hospital and 2 cc for normal use) and rub them to spread it all over the skin. Better liquids that have alcoholic base evaporate after 30 seconds from hands. However antiseptic fluids do not need to be washed, although it is beneficial to wash hands before use.