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ShoulderSink – The all-in-one hand wash solution

ShoulderSink offers the only all-in-one solutions and Soap, Sanitizer, paper, bin and watertank are all combined – which saves a lot of space which is of focus in Commercial Vehicles. Moreover – the flexible hose allows users to stop and start with the arm, thus avoiding cross contamination by using the dirty/contaminated hands.

Why use ShoulderSink?

Water and soap has always been the best way to clean your hands. Both WHO, CDC and many other recommends water and soap as first choice when the hands are soiled. Handrub / ethanol are best used on clean hands.

ShoulderSink is the only solution where you have everything in one. It is compact, it is easy and convinient to use – and it is easy to bring along to where it is needed.

Why soap and water?

Your hands are your interface to the physical world. Everything you touch, everything you need to move, everyone you need to touch. You may think you know ‘where your hand has been’… But just imagine that on average you touch your face 2-3.000 times per day. What else have you been touching without noticing?

Using wetwipes or sanitizer on dirty hands will simply smear the dirt around. Using soap and water are without comparison the best way to clean dirty hands before disinfecting. WHO also recommends water and soap for dirty hands – here you can see their recommendations for an effective hand wash.

Better hygiene – reduces sick days

20% of common colds, and more than 30% of common diarrhea related sickness can be avoided, simply by washing hands. Diseases that costs companies and society billions and billions of Euro every year.

The personal costs can be even more dire, loss of life quality, disease and for elderly or weak individuals even death. By maintaining a high level of hand hygiene You can spare your self and others for unnecessary risk.

Keeping you car, tools and clothes clean, your customers happier and your skin healthier, is just a few of the positive side effects of proper hand hygiene!

For more information please go to www.shouldersink.com or email Michael@shouldersink.com.

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