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EnviroCair 4000 antibacterial alcohol free gel. £5.95 Sold by Glebe Healthcare & Mobility and Fulfilled by Amazon (free delivery £10 spend/prime/locker)

£5.95 @ Amazon
I have posted this before when it was £8.95 and got 69 hots, so when I went to buy more today and saw it was £5.95 I thought might be a chance to get a good number of hots! Description from amazon…
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2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago
I have posted this before when it was £8.95 and got 69 hots, so when I went to buy more today and saw it was £5.95 I thought might be a chance to get a good number of hots!

Description from amazon:

Alcohol Free
Kills 99.999% of germs
Antibacterial
Contaims Aloe Vera
Nourishes & Protects
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4 Likes #1
Lol @ hots.
1 Like #2
I thought it was worth a mention :) x
#3
Came close but could not beat the 69 it got last time!
#4
I tried but only went to 68 :(
1 Like #5
incadia
I tried but only went to 68 :(

Lol. Its the thought that counts!
banned 1 Like #6
voted hot because of your use of the word 'hots'
banned 1 Like #7
nejjy
Came close but could not beat the 69 it got last time!
coming close won't ever beat a good 69.
#8
many hots, yes?
1 Like #9
hot added ;-)
2 Likes #10
I adding many hots just for you nejjy
#11
Just gave you 9 hots nejjy :)
1 Like #12
It's better than Carex as this "Kills 99.999% of germs" and Carex only kills 99.99% X)
1 Like #13
Lol. Thanks to all of you who added the hots just for me :)
#14
atif21
Just gave you 9 hots nejjy :)
Wow how do you give 9 hots? ;)
#15
I've given you some 'hots' OP. ;)
1 Like #16
Hots loaded on board! Lets not stop till we drop? Fantastic post/find indeed.
1 Like #17
MRR_ltd
Hots loaded on board! Lets not stop till we drop? Fantastic post/find indeed.

:) Talk about a "call to action". Keep the hots coming. lol
#18
If you ain't givin' hots, get the **** out the club!
#19
Colds from me. Just use hots water and soap. Far more effective and much cheaper.
1 Like #20
evostick47
Colds from me. Just use hots water and soap. Far more effective and much cheaper.

Yes that's why surgeons still use hot water and soap. Do you have to be such a pedant? :p
#22

Alcohol based, nasty to hands.
#23
Dont they use alcohol based ones in hospitals, ergo, they are probably better?
#24
dannymccann
Dont they use alcohol based ones in hospitals, ergo, they are probably better?


They do, because they are quicker and easier. It would be nearly impossible to encourage every patient and visitor to wash their hands thoroughly so they offer this sort of gel. But washing with soap and water is proven to be more effective than these and these can be used as an addition to washing not a replacement. For normal people, washing is perfectly fine, and much cheaper.
#25
evostick47
dannymccann
Dont they use alcohol based ones in hospitals, ergo, they are probably better?

They do, because they are quicker and easier. It would be nearly impossible to encourage every patient and visitor to wash their hands thoroughly so they offer this sort of gel. But washing with soap and water is proven to be more effective than these and these can be used as an addition to washing not a replacement. For normal people, washing is perfectly fine, and much cheaper.
Not only is soap fine, but it's potentially better for you than antibacterial soaps, which can encourage super bugs, and as such are facing a potential ban in the US;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-25405037
#26
evostick47
Colds from me. Just use hots water and soap. Far more effective and much cheaper.

Lol, please tell me you dont work as a health professional :)
#27
mmillmor
evostick47
dannymccann
Dont they use alcohol based ones in hospitals, ergo, they are probably better?

They do, because they are quicker and easier. It would be nearly impossible to encourage every patient and visitor to wash their hands thoroughly so they offer this sort of gel. But washing with soap and water is proven to be more effective than these and these can be used as an addition to washing not a replacement. For normal people, washing is perfectly fine, and much cheaper.
Not only is soap fine, but it's potentially better for you than antibacterial soaps, which can encourage super bugs, and as such are facing a potential ban in the US;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-25405037


Thank you. Someone else that actually knows what they're talking about rather than guessing and giving opinion.
#28
yrreb88
evostick47
Colds from me. Just use hots water and soap. Far more effective and much cheaper.

Yes that's why surgeons still use hot water and soap. Do you have to be such a pedant? :p


They do use hot water and soap. Then use this as an additional measure.

I'm not being pedantic, normal people going about their normal lives don't need this sort of stuff. Just wash your hands regularly and properly. Just trying to save you a few quid.

The best thing about facts is that it doesn't matter if you believe them or not, they're still true.
#29
evostick47
mmillmor
evostick47
dannymccann
Dont they use alcohol based ones in hospitals, ergo, they are probably better?

They do, because they are quicker and easier. It would be nearly impossible to encourage every patient and visitor to wash their hands thoroughly so they offer this sort of gel. But washing with soap and water is proven to be more effective than these and these can be used as an addition to washing not a replacement. For normal people, washing is perfectly fine, and much cheaper.
Not only is soap fine, but it's potentially better for you than antibacterial soaps, which can encourage super bugs, and as such are facing a potential ban in the US;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-25405037

Thank you. Someone else that actually knows what they're talking about rather than guessing and giving opinion.

They seem pretty confident that theirs kills a lot of bacteria:

http://biotechinternational.co.uk/envirocair/

Also its been tested by the NHS.
#30
nejjy
evostick47
mmillmor
evostick47
dannymccann
Dont they use alcohol based ones in hospitals, ergo, they are probably better?

They do, because they are quicker and easier. It would be nearly impossible to encourage every patient and visitor to wash their hands thoroughly so they offer this sort of gel. But washing with soap and water is proven to be more effective than these and these can be used as an addition to washing not a replacement. For normal people, washing is perfectly fine, and much cheaper.
Not only is soap fine, but it's potentially better for you than antibacterial soaps, which can encourage super bugs, and as such are facing a potential ban in the US;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-25405037

Thank you. Someone else that actually knows what they're talking about rather than guessing and giving opinion.

They seem pretty confident that theirs kills a lot of bacteria:

http://biotechinternational.co.uk/envirocair/

Also its been tested by the NHS.


Carefully read all that I've said. I never questioned it's effectiveness once. I'm just saying it's over the top. Sledge hammer to crack a nut. Just wash them mits and you'll save a few quid.
#31
evostick47
nejjy
evostick47
mmillmor
evostick47
dannymccann
Dont they use alcohol based ones in hospitals, ergo, they are probably better?

They do, because they are quicker and easier. It would be nearly impossible to encourage every patient and visitor to wash their hands thoroughly so they offer this sort of gel. But washing with soap and water is proven to be more effective than these and these can be used as an addition to washing not a replacement. For normal people, washing is perfectly fine, and much cheaper.
Not only is soap fine, but it's potentially better for you than antibacterial soaps, which can encourage super bugs, and as such are facing a potential ban in the US;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-25405037

Thank you. Someone else that actually knows what they're talking about rather than guessing and giving opinion.

They seem pretty confident that theirs kills a lot of bacteria:

http://biotechinternational.co.uk/envirocair/

Also its been tested by the NHS.

Carefully read all that I've said. I never questioned it's effectiveness once. I'm just saying it's over the top. Sledge hammer to crack a nut. Just wash them mits and you'll save a few quid.

Thats probably a fair point, may be I just like to be extra safe!
#32
Almost my record number of hots :)
2 Likes #33
HOT because it's anti bacterial and more people should be encouraged to wash their hands.
#34
disarm
HOT because it's anti bacterial and more people should be encouraged to wash their hands.

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#35
So close to 400 heat!
#36
Thanks for all the hots!
#37
I thought this might have made 500 hots.
#38
Cannot believe am still getting hots on this one!
banned 1 Like #39
On a TV program it stated that one should wash their hands throughly, for the duration it takes a person to sing 'Happy Birthday' twice.

I also think that alcohol antibacterial gels should be added to the exit doors of men's public toilets, whether it is at work or leisure establishments!!!


I was shocked to learn on TV as well as from my boyfriend's observations, that over over half of men don't wash their hands after using the toilet - disgusting!
#40
naturelover10
On a TV program it stated that one should wash their hands throughly, for the duration it takes a person to sing 'Happy Birthday' twice.

I also think that alcohol antibacterial gels should be added to the exit doors of men's public toilets, whether it is at work or leisure establishments!!!


I was shocked to learn on TV as well as from my boyfriend's observations, that over over half of men don't wash their hands after using the toilet - disgusting!

Nasty, I dont lie the alcohol ones as they dry my hands out, and this one seems to be more effective from what I have read.

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