If you’ve followed my antic-filled posts for a while now you should already know how much of a germaphobe I am.
Not only do I shutter at the thought of germs being on my hands and around my home, but I’m quite the crazy woman when it comes to my food (and it’s contents).
See, while I’m cooking I have to stop and wash my hands several times because I don’t want to cross contaminate the food. I guess you could say I’m always looking out for my family’s health. Sure, that’s a good thing but once my hands are dripping with water I can’t and won’t don’t dry off with a towel — I typically used paper towels.
Why? Because not only are kitchen and bath towels laden with germs (from frequent use), they are also covered in fuzz and possibly hair. Can you say “ICK!”? I have to gag at the thought of finding that in my food as I’m sitting at the dinner table. Yes, I have OCD and I’m not afraid to say it. hahaa!
Thanks to Kleenex® I no longer have to waste my hard earned money on rolls and rolls of thin, easily torn paper towels and I don’t have to resort to the fuzzy, germy towels in the bathroom. Woohoo!
Just recently I was sent a few boxes of the new Kleenex Hand Towels and I have to say that I am hooked. To be honest, I’m now their #1 fan. I LOVE these towels!!!
Because I’m notorious about cleaning my hands you will now find boxes of Kleenex hand towels in every bathroom of my home, along with the kitchen.
What makes Kleenex hand towels better than paper towels (in comparison) is that they’re much thicker, stronger and a whole lot softer. Plus, they come in decorative dispenser boxes that look prettier on your counter (or towel bar). Oh yeah, you don’t have to waste water, electric or detergent washing them either!
My hands are happier now that they’re completely germ-free and I’m happier knowing I’m not contaminating my family’s meals. hehee!
In the U.S. alone, people dry their hands on cloth bathroom towels approximately 200 billion times per year?
That’s a lot of hand washing. Single-use bathroom towels help reduce the spread of germs as compared to re-usable towels, providing consumers with a product that gives them a hygienic solution. With summer entertaining season right around the corner, it’s important to prepare your bathrooms for guests. Rather than having guests use the same hand towel to dry their hands, Kleenex Hand Towels offers a cleaner way to dry hands.
To help consumers learn more about these single-use towels, and to help reduce the spread of germs Kleenex placed a hand washing station right in the middle of busy Central Park in New York City with, you guessed it, Kleenex Hand Towels!
As busy as that park is, it sure was a great location.
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That towel looked pretty gross, right? So, which would YOU choose? You know I’M going with the new Kleenex Hand Towels. I’m not even going to try remembering the last time a cloth bath towel or hand towel was washed before using it. And you shouldn’t have to.
Kleenex hand towels are easy to dispense, cottony soft and convenient to use. Plus, they’re made with ink-free, dye-free and frangrance-free Dry-Touch fibers for super absorbency. Why would you choose anything else?
Look for holiday-themed Kleenex hand towels this winter season!
You can find Kleenex Hand Towels at retailers nationwide, located near the paper aisle. They have a suggested retail price of $2.99 per box. Prices may vary per store.
Visit the Kleenex site now for a $1.00 off coupon for your next purchase of Kleenex Hand Towels.
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