Last, But definitely NOT Least!
of people don’t wash their hands.
A typical trip to the public restroom can be… well, touchy to say the least. With so many surfaces for germs to call home, the last thing visitors want to do is touch… anything. But things are looking up as advances in restroom hygiene are finally starting to meet the public demand for cleaner, healthier environments.
Today a trip to more discriminating public facilities finds patrons provided with motion flushing systems, hands-free paper towel dispensers, touch-less hand dryers, touch-less water faucets and automated soap dispensers. So a visitor can walk away clean, without grabbing a single germ-infested surface… until they get to the exit door, that is. Then what?
With all the effort put into offering patrons a “complete” automated hygiene cycle in Away-From-Home restroom environments, it’s unacceptable that the door handle has been so universally ignored. After all, with a reported 30% or more of restroom visitors NOT washing their hands after using the restroom, the accumulative advantage of all these other “touch-free” solutions goes right down the drain as one reaches for the handle that provides the only escape.
But with the invention of the Pūrleve™ Hygienic Door Handle Solution, the cycle of clean is finally complete. By advancing its antibacterial sleeve* over the handle after each and every use, Pūrleve provides every single user with a sanitary touch… every single time. So with Pūrleve, clean really does have the final say.
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