We developed Soap in Seconds as the perfect solution to washing your hands on the go.
LENEXA, Kan. (PRWEB)
December 22, 2020
Soap in Seconds is a new handwashing solution that eliminates the need to find a sink, making it convenient to use on the go. According to the CDC, washing your hands with soap and water is the best way to remove germs and viruses. The problem is that access to soap and water isn’t always an option. That’s where Soap in Seconds can help.
“Health care experts continue to say that simply washing your hands is the best way of staying free of germs and viruses,” said Jim Gray, President of Apex Products LLC, the company that created Soap in Seconds.
Keeping your hands germ-free is more important than ever. Since Soap in Seconds contains soap, using this product is similar to washing your hands with soap and water, making it a highly effective way to keep hands clean.
As the public looks for a way to keep their hands clean when away from home, Soap in Seconds is the pleasant on-the-go hand cleaning solution.
“We developed Soap in Seconds as the perfect solution to washing your hands ‘on the go,’” Gray said.
Soap in Seconds can be used at home, in the car, at work, after pumping gas, and while tailgating, playing sports, camping, and more. This is a lifestyle product made for those who are frequently in places where hand washing the old-fashioned way isn’t all that convenient. The versatility of Soap in Seconds can be partially attributed to its ease of use as it was developed with convenience in mind.
To use Soap in Seconds, all you need to do is shake the can, spray a golf-ball-sized amount of soap onto your hands, and rub until the foam is gone. No need for rinsing. You can also dry your hands should you choose.
“It’s easy to use and not harsh, like so many alcohol-based products. This truly is a lifestyle product that should be used wherever you might be,” said Gray.
Instead of alcohol, Soap in Seconds uses emollients to keep hands fresh and clean. You will also notice that your hands are left smelling as fresh as they feel.
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