ASDA anti-bacterial hand gel 2p@Asda instore (Asda Cardiff Bay)
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ASDA anti-bacterial hand gel 2p@Asda instore (Asda Cardiff Bay)

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Found 11th Nov 2011
Asda essential care : DRY WASH anti-bacterial hand gel.
Reduced from Ł1.44

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helper edit - Asda Cardiff Bay added to title
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is it nationwide??
Yeah, is it around everywhere? Does it show on the rails? Or just @ checkout. Otherwise, need to know which one exactly to buy.
I'd like to know that too!
and me
Waste of 2p.

Not necessary. What did the world ever do before we had anti-bacterial handwash? Asnwer, nothing, cos we don't need it.

Don't worry, you won't catch anything that'll kill you, despite what the scaremongerers tell you.
Thanks kris1234.

Sometimes, before cooking, after feeding the cats or going to the loo, I decide to wash my hands! So, for me, definitely not a waste of 2p. Hope they have some in my local Asda, now! Cheers.
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I found this on the (reduction to clear)
shelf. It is correct white price label 2p. I found this deal at Asda Cardiff Bay
RM02

Waste of 2p.Not necessary. What did the world ever do before we had … Waste of 2p.Not necessary. What did the world ever do before we had anti-bacterial handwash? Asnwer, nothing, cos we don't need it. Don't worry, you won't catch anything that'll kill you, despite what the scaremongerers tell you.



A completely unfounded idea and not something you should advise other people to follow...
Most definately use it after using the toilet, touching raw food, touching animals, before eating etc.

Loads of people die everyday from infections mainly in countries with poor sanitation and hygiene.

True some regular soap may be as effective as antibacterial soap in killing germs when you wash your hands thoroughly but for 2p it's certainly worth it!



18si

A completely unfounded idea and not something you should advise other … A completely unfounded idea and not something you should advise other people to follow... Most definately use it after using the toilet, touching raw food, touching animals, before eating etc.Loads of people die everyday from infections mainly in countries with poor sanitation and hygiene. True some regular soap may be as effective as antibacterial soap in killing germs when you wash your hands thoroughly but for 2p it's certainly worth it!



I manage a business in the care sector, and this sort of stuff is essential. Anyone with a compromised immune system, prone to infections, incontinent or caring for someone with these issues need to take proper infection control precautions.
Sloth/Mod
Voted cold. I wash my hands in the local pub urinals and use the yellow disinfectant block........totally free
tomt82

I manage a business in the care sector, and this sort of stuff is … I manage a business in the care sector, and this sort of stuff is essential. Anyone with a compromised immune system, prone to infections, incontinent or caring for someone with these issues need to take proper infection control precautions.



Absolutely right. But for the other 99.99% of the population, as RM02 rightly says, completely unnecessary for regular and general usage.

But to be fair to the OP - great price, have some heat


Edited by: "4spoons" 12th Nov 2011
Syzable

Voted cold. I wash my hands in the local pub urinals and use the yellow … Voted cold. I wash my hands in the local pub urinals and use the yellow disinfectant block........totally free


Call yourself a helper with totally disgusting comments like that?
I handle money all the time, dirty scraty people putting cash into their mouths and in dirty clothes make hand wash a necessity. Will be clearing shelf at 2p!
My Asda is too far away to contemplate going. I go through these gels very quickly. The best I've found after using M&S stuff which stinks after using it, is the Poundland 3 for £1 packs which are completely odourless. Although I know I can survive without it, when you see people picking their noses and eating at a communal work keyboard and then hear that a keyboard has more bacteria on it than a toilet seat, I feel much more at ease when I've got my gel with me. There's absolutely no way I would touch my food and eat it without either washing my hands with soap or using an antibacterial gel.
Edited by: "screamingninja" 12th Nov 2011
Handy to have.... any idea how many germs/bacteria on the handles of the supermarket trolley or basket that you take round with you? I am guessing quite a few! Got to be easier to use this than to find a loo, a filled soap dispenser and clean towel if you want to have a coffee and cake/sandwich whilst out. Heat added.
These gels are useless - a pathology lecturer I know says they are effective for only 2 minutes after you use them. For soap and water it's 25 minutes
alanrowell

These gels are useless - a pathology lecturer I know says they are … These gels are useless - a pathology lecturer I know says they are effective for only 2 minutes after you use them. For soap and water it's 25 minutes



Did you ask him the reason why?
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alanrowell

These gels are useless - a pathology lecturer I know says they are … These gels are useless - a pathology lecturer I know says they are effective for only 2 minutes after you use them. For soap and water it's 25 minutes



So the 99.9% of bacteria that these gels kill all come back to life after 2 minutes, do they?

I suspect your pathology lecturer needs retraining.

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