Prepare to feel disturbed. I apologize in advance.
A new study has shown that when you try on new clothes you may come in contact with more than you would expect.
This includes everything from body secretions of every possible type including all of their bacteria samples, to bed bugs and everything gross in between.
Now that I got your attention (if you haven’t already hit the back button because you didn’t want to regurgitate) let me educate you on why you need to take safeHands® brand 100% ALCOHOL-FREE hand sanitizer with you virtually everywhere.
Here’s an article I stumbled upon in the Femail (correct spelling) section of the UK newspaper’sThe Daily Mail digital edition. https://dailym.ai/2IPn1jT
Phew. I’ll bring TWO bottles of safeHands® brand 100% ALCOHOL-FREE hand sanitizer with me next time I need a new pair of jeans JUST in case some oaf didn’t bathe before trying them on before me.
You see, many people are simply slobs.
Some don’t know they are oafs, so in a way you must forgive them. But if you’re reading this edition of the Big Jay Big Blog, I figure you must be here for a reason, because you have a reasonable conscience and truly do care about your hygiene.
You already know as a citizen of a supposed civilized world, one must at least attempt to think about other people. At least that’s the way I think of you.
The most sickening thing is the fact that people simply don’t wash their hands often enough for my way of thinking—and likely yours.
That said; think about this while you’re shopping for anything.
Someone else almost certainly touched that product, whatever it is before you did.
It’s also likely someone touched it recently.
So everything and I mean EVERYTHING they touched before you did, can theoretically be left behind after that. Gulp.
Then we must analyze just what happens when people try on things in stores.
If they put on a pair of pants (male and female) their potentially germ-ridden private parts of all kinds touched or possibly secreted on the garment; sometimes by accident.
The same goes for blouses, hats, shoes (ewww) belts and any other accessory like sunglasses—and the list goes on and on.
I haven’t even begun to tap into every product you grab when you shop for anything to put in your shopping cart (or basket or wagon, depending on which part of the country you’re from) that someone else touches before you put your hands on it.
Thus, I implore you to help this whole situation.
If people insist on going out, at least try to shower before you do. If you insist on using a store’s restroom, be smart and at least wash your hands after you do your thing.
And for heaven’s sake, if you DO purchase a clothing item, put it in your washing machine as fast as you can, because, ya know…germs!
I used to think I was nutty for washing the lids on cans before opening them. Then one day I read a story about mouse-droppings in food store warehouses, and that sealed the deal. I wash EVERY CAN’S top before using the can opening. And then I clean the can opener after every use. It may seem like overkill, but too bad.
Morale: Please be clean when you try on clothes. Please wash your hands and use an ALCOHOL-FREE hand sanitizer like safeHands® before touching things. And do the same before and after you put stuff away either in a closet or on your pantry shelf.
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