How Tape is Helping Prevent the Spread of COVID-19

August 19, 2021 - United States - The CDC reported this week that America’s COVID-19 cases are increasing daily in most parts of the country with a 7-day average of daily new cases at 130,121. It announced both vaccinated and unvaccinated people should take actions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

SafeHandles™ is the answer to help prevent the spread. A leader in cleaning solutions, SafeHandles™  manufactures EPA-regulated tape that is an antimicrobial adhesive that keeps surfaces clean and protects against fungi, bacteria and viruses. The products are available in many different forms and are easily placed on any common touch point such as door handles, toilet handles and faucets. It also protects elevator buttons and appliances. The line even includes self-cleaning pens in its portfolio. Families across the nation have installed this in their homes, schools have it throughout campuses, and if traveling,  it is likely to be spotted in airports and hotels.
Major companies including  Best Western, John Hopkins University, ADT, CBRE, Pratt University, FedEx, St Louis Cardinals, Indiana Pacers, Blackhall Studios and  Howard University use this technology to keep their facilities clean.
“It’s a pretty remarkable product. I paid much less for my SafeHandles tape than I do at a doctor’s appointment. It’s installed at both my office and in my home, which took seconds to tape on. The reality now is that you can spread the virus to family and coworkers just by going to work and home,” said a resident in South Florida who purchased several products. “It’s packaged like duct tape, but government regulated with a scientifically proven way to keep my door handle clean and all I had to do was tape it on.”
SafeHandles™ has been in business for 8 years and has installed 1.5 million products in all 50 states, as well as Canada, Malaysia, Europe, and Australia. It has a patented steamer and several cutting edge products including self-cleaning pens, portable/reusable self-cleaning shopping cart handles, and a non-toxic chemical free spray proven to kill the Human Coronavirus.