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12-24-2008, 03:33 PM
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Thats the great part about the Alcohol spray. Rubbing alcohol kills Staphylococcus aureus(MRSA) and other bacteria. Its cheap and easy to apply and need not be at 100% strength to do the job.

Its also a great preventive. Ever visit a nursing home or emergency room/ hospital, local gym or any other area where Staph is known to lurk? Misting this over the hands and cloths(incidental contact) goes a long way in preventing an infection or transmission. Just brushing by a person who has a MRSA skin infection can transfer MILLIONS . Go visit your grandmother/mother/father at the nursing home and giving a hug good bye could mean bringing MRSA back to your home. Should a little one jump into your arms on greeting you when you get home, you inadvertently pass it on.

People have contracted MRSA infections simply by loaning their cell phone to a co-worker! A simple mist and wipe can do wonders to prevent this stuff.

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