Why should I use Sani Hands?
Sani Hands anti-bacterial hand wipes kill 99.99% of bacteria and remove dirt from hands, making them ideal to keep hands clean when soap and water is unavailable. Sani Hands are the UK’s number one hand wipe and have been the leading hand wipe during the coronavirus pandemic.*
*Source: Kantar 52w/e wipes data to 29 November 2020
Why use Sani Hands over gel or foam?
Sani Hands anti-bacterial hand wipes not only kill germs and bacteria but also remove dirt from the skin unlike gel and foam that simply move dirt around. They kill 99.99% of bacteria and are dermatologically tested, suitable for sensitive skin.
Sani Hands contain added moisturisers, which helps prevent hands from drying out. They are not a liquid and so can be taken through airport security.
Are Sani Hands effective against coronavirus and other viruses?
We can confirm that Sani Hands have been tested according the standard EN14476 for efficacy against enveloped viruses, such as coronavirus.
Why are Sani Hands suitable for travel?
Sani Hands come in a handy 12 pack, ideal for handbags, pockets and school bags to keep hands clean when soap and water is unavailable. They are not a liquid and so can be taken through airport security.
Are Sani Hands kind to skin?
Sani Hands anti-bacterial hand wipes contain added moisturisers, which helps prevent hands from drying out.
With Vitamin E and Aloe Vera, these wipes have been developed to be gentle on the skin and are suitable for sensitive skin.
Are your wipes biodegradable?
Yes! Sani Hands wipes are degradable.
Sani Hands wipes contain nothing other than fibres made entirely from sustainable sources and have been proven to breakdown in landfill conditions within 15 days as in accordance with the ISO 15985 (2014) standard.
What is the shelf life of Sani Hands?
Sani Hands wipes have a shelf life of 30 months from the date of manufacture. Expiration dates can be found on the back of all packs.
How do I dispose of Sani Hands wipes after use?
The product is to be disposed of in a bin.
The Sani Hands pack features a ‘Do Not Flush’ logo whilst the ‘Directions for Use’ clearly state that both the wipes and the packaging are to be disposed of in the household waste. This is important since incorrect disposal via the wastewater system could contribute to blockages.
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Where can I buy Sani Hands wipes?
Sani Hands anti-bacterial hand wipes are widely available from UK supermarkets and online.
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