I don’t know about anyone else but this mom is a little freaked out by all the germs when it comes to back to school time. So on my back to school shopping list is Purell. My kiddos know to use it if they want to keep mom happy. I love their products. I know it’s not as good as washing hands but when you are on the go (which kids always are) this is the next best thing that they can do to reduce germs. These are my favorite must-have Purell products for back to school:
I love this little clip on jelly cover Purell bottles. I attach these to just about everything that I can. I usually put them in my daughter’s backpack and even put them on her desk at school. One of my favorite tricks though is attaching them to her lunch bag. Many times I worry about whether she remembers to wash her hands before she sits down to lunch so I have trained her to use her Purell.
The Purell spray bottles are super convenient. Small 2 oz bottles so I can easily fit them in her desk at school or throw in my teenager’s backpack. I also keep them in the console in the car just in case I need it. Just spray on and you are germ-free. They are a quick way to make sure they stay germ-free while they are at school all day.
Of course, there is always the classic Purell pump bottles. They come in so handy. I always donate some of these to the teacher. They always love having them on hand. My daughter’s teacher last year kept one by the door and on their way out of the room pumped some into each kiddos hand on their way out the door.
The Purell wipes are the best. I stick a packet of these in my daughters desk at school. She likes using them to wipe her desk and chair down. She uses them on her hands when she needs them. They are really nice to have on hand when you need to wipe something down really quick.
No matter what your favorite is, Purell is a great way to decrease germs at school. I always keep my kiddos stocked with Purell for back to school time. It’s a can’t live without item for us.
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