Discontinued: Sani-Hands® Instant Hands Sanitizing Wipes - Large Canister

SKU # Q76584

Sani-Hands wipes Large Canister has been discontinued, effective immediately.

An ideal hand hygiene solution for staff, visitors, and patients or residents who cannot get out of bed to clean their hands.

  • Pre-moistened wipes with a 70% ethyl alcohol formulation and emollients such as aloe, glycerin and vitamin E
  • Gentle on the skin. Fragrance-free and dye-free Dries quickly, leaving no sticky residue
  • Convenient quick-pull canister and individual packet options Safe to use before eating and drinking

Large Canister (220 Count)

SKU # Q76584

Packaging: 6/220's

Dimensions: 6" x 7.5"

  • Contains 220 wipes
  • Multi-count canister accommodates frequent usage
  • Place in patient rooms, nursing stations and hallways for convenient access

Sani-Hands wipes Large Canister has been discontinued, effective immediately.

  • 70% Ethyl Alcohol
  • Clinically proven to kill 99.99% of germs
  • Wipe format removes dirt and soil better than gels and foams2,3
FDA Food Code Compliant
  • Safe to use before eating and drinking4
  • Meets OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard 29 CFR Part 1910.1030 (d)(2)(iv)
  • Helps meet The Joint Commission 2018 National Patient Safety Goal #7
Instructions for use
  1. Wipe fingertips and nails individually
  2. Wipe between all fingers of both hands
  3. Wipe both thumbs
  4. Wipe palms of both hands thoroughly
  5. Wipe back of hands
  6. Wipe both wrists and forearms
  • Not made with natural rubber latex
Made in the USA
  • Manufactured in the US with domestic and foreign materials to the highest quality standards
  • Contains soothing Aloe and Vitamin E to moisturize the skin
  1. http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/finance/10-things-for-cfos-to-know-about-clabsis.html
  2. Clinical data is representative of Sani-Hands (NDC #: 10819-50) 65.9% Ethyl Alcohol formulation vs. the Purell (NDC #: 21749 515) 62% Ethyl Alcohol formulation.
  3. Data on file, PDI, Orangeburg, New York.
  4. Food Code Recommendations of the United States Public Health Service Food and Drug Administration, 2017