Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Lead wipes

Press release about a new product designed to remove lead residues:
NEWINGTON, NH - Hygenall Safety Products, a division of Mk-IX Technologies Corporation, today announced the availability of Hygenall(TM) hand wipes. Leveraging an exclusive license for science developed in the laboratories of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), Hygenall is a breakthrough hand wipe that safely removes 98 percent of trace lead particles as well as dirt and common germs associated with children's toys, clothing, paint and other common surfaces, from the hands. Compared to common soap and alcohol-based hand sanitizers -- which cannot remove lead -- Hygenall offers a much higher level of protection and prevention. Hygenall is currently being sold via and

Hygenall wipes are offered in a 20-count canister for $6.99 MSRP. Each seven inch by nine inch wipe is primarily used on the hands, where agents safely grab and remove the heavy metal ions -- such as lead -- from the skin. The process is completed by rinsing the hands after use.

Press release here, with links to product websites.

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