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When Jasper started school, I was so incredibly excited for him. School meant learning, and friends, and field trips and all that fun stuff. But you know what else it meant? Germs. Lots and lots of gross germs being brought into our home.
I've always made Jasper go wash his hands the second he gets home from school, I don't even want to think about all the kids and germs he comes in contact with on a daily basis at school. But ever since bringing a newborn home, right in the middle of one of the worst flue seasons Colorado has ever seen, I've been even stricter about it.
With the busy life we live, it's not always convenient to find hot water and soap to wash little germy hands with though. Often times after I pick Jasper up from school we have errands to run, or soccer practice or swim lessons to get to right away. Which is where PURELL® Hand Sanitizing Wipescomes in. These clean 99% of germs without needing to use water and soap.
Last week I picked up a container ofPURELL® Hand Sanitizing Wipesat Walmart, and I can't even tell you how much easier it's making my life. Now when we pick up Jasper I just hand him a wipe or two and he knows the drill of wiping down his hands and face before he's allowed to touch his brother. Neither kid can keep their hands (or lips) off of him (poor lucky guy) so these wipes are truly a life saver. Now I don't have to be stressing (and stressing I was!) about the germs Jasper has come into contact with.
Not only am I keeping a package in the car, we keep one right inside the back door also, so the second the kids walk in the door from playing out back and Tindra yells "I kiss Soren?" all I have to say is 'grab a wipe' and she knows exactly what to do.
In the past I have used baby wipes to wipe germy hands and faces, but recently I learned that this is actually a horrible idea. They aren't meant to be used for that, especially on faces and some kids were actually breaking out in horrible rashes from using baby wipes! So we will definitely be sticking to the PURELL® Hand Sanitizing Wipes which are perfectly safe for hands and faces.
The wipes even came in handy cleaning off this face after a certain two year old got into my mascara while I was making dinner..