Sani Hands anti-bacterial hand wipes are proven to be an effective and hygienic alternative to soap and water. They are Plastic Free and kill 99.99% of bacteria and germs in seconds, whilst keeping hands protected for up to 6 hours. With 80% of communicable diseases transferred by touch, most bacteria on our hands is on the fingertips and under our nails.
Wipes clean, gels don't
Public concern about the spread of viruses has led to strengthened demand for wipes. Sani Hands anti-bacterial hand wipes not only kill germs and bacteria but also remove dirt from the skin, unlike gel and foam which simply move dirt around.
Unsurprisingly, Sani Hands are the UK’s number one hand wipe and have been the leading hand wipe during the coronavirus pandemic.*
Keep Sani Hands handy… Wherever you are
Back to school
Commuting to work
Cold & Flu season
Out and about
100% Plastic Free Wipes
Aside from protecting health by providing hand hygiene, we want to do the right thing for the environment. Sani Hands wipes are plastic free and degradable.
Sani Hands wipes contain nothing other than fibres made entirely from sustainable sources, thus helping to significantly improve the environmental profile of the product.
Proven to breakdown in landfill conditions within 15 days as in accordance with the ISO 15985 (2014) standard.
Trusted to protect you and your loved ones
I keep them in my bag. They make me feel safe as they kill nearly 100% of bacteria – and they are suitable for sensitive skin. They are good value for money. I like the fact they are biodegradable to help the environment.
They give me peace of mind whilst out of the home, and post pandemic I will continue to use them, as day to day hygiene and cleanliness has now become second nature and the practices will continue. I keep a pack in the car so that I can clean my hands whilst out and about, particularly after shopping.
These are the next best thing to soap and water for keeping my hands clean and keeping me safe. Unlike others, these seem kind to my skin and haven’t dried out my hands. I will continue to use these or similar product for the foreseeable future.
I’m planning on using them when out and about and there’s nowhere to wash hands. I’ll keep some in the car, my handbag, coat pocket, shopping bag…. It makes me feel safer to know I can disinfect hands anytime.
I like to carry a pack in my bag for use after shopping or buying petrol. They’re very handy for picnics and when out with the children. I feel safer having used them to wipe my hands.
I bought the Sani Hands wipes as they’re small enough to fit into a handbag. They’re useful for when there are no handwashing facilities. I like that they don’t contain any plastic fibres. It s important to me to reduce my use of plastics as far as possible.
I use them when I am out and about and unable to wash my hands i.e. after putting petrol in the car, withdrawing money from the machine etc. They’re handy to carry around in your bag or leave a packet in your car.
They are really handy, especially if you are a commuter and need to clean your hands regularly. Really useful if you want to avoid buying liquid hand sanitiser if you need to carry them on board of a plane. I will definitely buy them again.
I will definitely get some of these to take on flights, public transport or anywhere where I think it might be risky. I think giving them to kids to take on trips or even just in their school bag is a really good idea.
Always a good idea to keep handy in the current climate. You never know when you might need to wipe your hands after touching something or someone else. I think we will be using them for a long time to come.
They are handy to have and carry around at the moment because of the virus. They don’t feel as harsh on my skin as others. I feel safe after using them. They are in a handy pack size and they are biodegradable.
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*Source: Kantar 52w/e wipes data to 21 March 2021