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How to use disinfecting wipes while traveling

How to use disinfecting wipes while traveling

With the travel bans recently uplifted, you are thrilled to start your next vacation. But you are also worried about the health risks involved and what you can do to minimize or avoid them altogether.

Apart from enjoying your vacation, your main goal is to return home in good health. So, everything you do matters, including taking your flight to and from your destination.

Have you ever boarded an airplane and wondered just how clean it is?

With the end of the Covid 19 pandemic still a far-fetched dream, no one would fault you for it. And you are not paranoid — you are 113 times more likely to catch an infection on a plane than on the ground.

Luckily, for most airlines, cleanliness is a priority. There are protocols and standards of cleanliness that they must observe. But considering cleaning is done in-between flights, there is limited time to do it thoroughly. That is only likely to happen at night when the aircraft spends more time on the ground. Most airlines have, however, stepped up their cleaning in the face of Covid 19. Considering that the airplane and your seat there are public, you will get more comfortable taking charge of your cleanliness.

So, did you bring your cleaning supplies? Do you have your favorite pack of Sanidry Disinfecting Wipes? You know these wipes have come through for you before, and they will today too.

If you have a pack of your go-to disinfectant wipes handy, then you don’t have to pick germs on board a plane when you finally decide to take your long-awaited vacation. Just ask Naomi Campbel.

But you are probably wondering if you will make it to the plane with your Sanidry pack before it’s whisked away as one of those things not allowed into the plane. Fret not. You can carry as many as you can fit in your carry-on bag.

Apart from the now obvious handwashing and sanitizing, can disinfectant wipes eliminate any other germ exposures? Just how effective are they anyway?

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