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Our PURELL 30-Day Challenge is Keeping Us Germ Free #PURELL30

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: September 9, 2015 | Categories: Family and Health

This post was sponsored by GOJO Industries, the makers of PURELL® Advanced Hand Sanitizer. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

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Last month I decided my family and I would take a PURELL 30-day challenge for back to school. He started school on August 6th, we have completed a full month of school and I’m happy to report… we are healthy.

Other than some sniffles (which were allergy related, I think) for a week, my son has had an amazing start to this school year. He feels good and is even excited about school this year. It’s tough to really be into school if your sick or feeling bad, so thanks to PURELL for helping us stay germ-free.

PURELLChallenge Hand Sanitizer

We made sure that besides washing our hands whenever possible, we used PURELL Advanced Hand Sanitizer at least three times a day, every day for 30 days.

Hand washing is the best defense, but there are so many times when soap and water are not readily available and I’m so glad we have products like…

  • PURELL® Advanced Hand Sanitizer
  • PURELL® Hand Sanitizing Wipes
  • PURELL® JELLY WRAP™ Carriers

PURELL in my bag

#PURELL30 Back to School Challenge

We have PURELL Hand Sanitizer in the large bottles throughout our home, as well as the travel-size bottles in every purse, backpack, gym bag, lunch box, and vehicle we have, just in case. I’ve made sure that we have PURELL at our disposal at all times so we could stick with the 30-day challenge.

It’s really easy to not only take the PURELL challenge, but easy to do it every day. The key is to make sure you have PURELL Advanced Hand Sanitizer available and when you or your kids can’t wash their hands, you will have the next best thing.

And it’s not to late for YOUR FAMILY to take the PURELL 30-Day Challenge!

School is officially started back for everyone in the U.S. by now, so take the PURELL challenge… Here’s to reducing the spread of illness-causing germs with PURELL sanitizing products!

40 Responses to Our PURELL 30-Day Challenge is Keeping Us Germ Free #PURELL30

  1. Allyson Bossie says:

    I am going to have to try this because my kids have caught everything but men and money since school started 2 weeks ago!

  2. Kelly says:

    I am a hand washing freak. When I go to the hospital I stop at every hand sanitizing station and “wash” my hands. I just hate being sick, and am careful to avoid germs.

  3. Mai T. says:

    Hand Sanitizer always dry my hand skin so I limit its usage to the minimum. Hand soap is good enough, I think.

  4. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    We go through lots of Purell in our house. I am so paranoid about any of us getting sick that we sanitize constantly!

  5. I love purell! I have a hand sized one to keep in my purse and I am always using it when I go places.

  6. Jeanette says:

    Purell is a must when you have kids in school. With all the sickness that goes around at school I need him to wash his hands a lot to try to avoid some of the sick kiddos at school.

  7. I love Purell and especially love their travel size containers so that I can put them in my purse and car!

  8. Jennifer says:

    30 day challenge? Heck, I’ve been using Purell for years. I LOVE that stuff!

  9. We just started our first year of preschool! …and are SUPER stocked up on Purell!

  10. Pam says:

    My son loves hand sanitizer because it makes him feel less gross when he can’t get to a sink. We sent a lot to college with him.

  11. Dawn says:

    I keep Purell on hands at all times. I don’t have time to be sick!

  12. I actually prefer to use hand sanitizer over soap and water. We are a Purell family!

  13. Aubrey says:

    A must have. Great to keep on hand at schoo or work.

  14. Crystal says:

    Well, it’s a few weeks in and one of my children is already sick. I need to go stock up on Purell.

  15. I generally keep Purell around all the time, but when school starts up, I make CERTAIN that we have it in the house. Kids are such germ factories!

  16. Liz Mays says:

    I wouldn’t mind taking on this challenge. I do like Purell and lots of colds are going around.

  17. Valerie says:

    This is the best way to fight those illnesses kids pick up at school. We use a lot of hand sanitizer.

  18. Stefany says:

    My kids carry their own bottles of hand sanitizer. We use it all day long!

  19. Shauna says:

    I love the idea of being germ-free. I know one of my daughters already came home with a cold, so I will have to get on this. Thanks for the info

  20. Crissy Page says:

    YESSSS, give me the Purell. The colds have already started and I am on high alert as winter rolls in.

  21. Cathi says:

    Oooooo…. I like that there’s an aloe choice. I’m a bit of a germaphobe so this is perfect for me!

  22. I always keep some Purell in my purse and glove compartment. It is a great way to keep my hands clean when i can not wash them.

  23. Tammi Roy says:

    With cold and flu season coming i am constantly getting the kids to wash their hands. I always have Purell on me for when we can not use soap and water.

  24. Keeping your hands clean is a definite must to keep you healthy.

  25. LauraOinAK says:

    We keep some in our vehicles to have on hand for those times when you can’t get to a sink. My BIL uses it a ton at his workplace and credits it to keeping him healthy.

  26. Liz Mays says:

    I need to do this challenge too. I always carry Purell when traveling but it couldn’t hurt to start using it at home too.

  27. Sabrina @ Dinner, then Dessert says:

    I would love to be able to prevent diseases before they spread to the whole family! It’s unpleasant when the whole family comes down with an illness!

  28. dawn says:

    my mom keeps hand sanitizer in her bad at all times. which is great because anytime we are together and out to eat I can always rely on her to hand it to clean our hands. lol.

  29. I always make sure I stock up on Purell. Germs spread easily. Making sure your hands are always clean can prevent diseases.

  30. Rosey says:

    We have ours. I keep one in the car and one in my son’s backpack.

  31. I’d love to take the Purell challenge. My son started Kindergarten this week and I know there will be lots of germs to be spread so we can do our part to limit that!

  32. I have a million of these little bottles of Purell because it seems they always end up in my husbands scrub pockets from work.

  33. Jeanine says:

    I could for sure do this. I have Purell all over my house. I use it all the time. I’m a hand wash freak!

  34. Ora Lee Gurr says:

    With flu season already in force around our area, I’m making sure the family is remembering to use their hand sanitizer. The small Purell plastic bottles are awesome because they fit in purses, pockets, and all sorts of carriers.

  35. Diana Vuong says:

    This a good way of keeping the pesky little germs away. But washing your hands are more effective.

  36. Betsy says:

    germaphobes unite! I’m totally down with this idea! Luckily, I have created a 15 year old jr. Germaphobe (and a MALE to boot) much like myself, that can’t live without Purell in his locker! He has caught very minimal bugs due to the fact that he likes germs about as much as Dracula likes the sun!!

  37. Melissa says:

    Yes! I carry this stuff with me all the time. You never know when you need some and don’t have a bathroom nearby.

  38. Jasmine P says:

    Cool post! Thanks for sharing!

  39. maria s. says:

    We always keep Purell on hand. I am a little obsessed with trying to keep us from getting sick. Especially during cold and flu season.

  40. Kiwi says:

    I am not a germ-a-phobe…more like I am obsessed with hand sanitizer! I love the purell brand its the one I am using right now!

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