Comparison Portable Hand Sanitizer vs. Zpritzi
We did a pilot study to discover how people use hand sanitizer when out and about.
88 participants (40 M, 48 F) between 19 and 68 years of age took part in a 2-weeks experiment where they registered their daily hand sanitizing habits.
Each participant received 5 plastic 30 ML bottles with sanitizer, plus a Zpritzi wearable dispenser with 150 ML sanitizer liquid to refill their Zpritzi.
The first week participants used 30ML bottles according to their preference: In handbag, backpack or pocket.
The following week participants wore the Zpritzi dispenser on a necklace on their chest.
Participants were requested to use their portable sanitizer every day between 07.00 and 19.00 when they felt a need to clean their hands.
In line with scientific research female participants did better than men.
Participants using a 30ML bottle cleaned their hands on average 8 times per day.
Participants using Zpritzi averaged to 14 daily 'hand cleaning moments'.
Key take-aways from this study:
- Men use hand cleaner 71% more with Zpritzi.
- Females overall clean their hands more frequent than men.
- All participants clean hands 75% more often with Zpritzi.
Evidently, with a dispenser immediately at hand, people instinctively disinfect their hands frequently. That drastically reduces the risk of getting an infection, contracting a virus or spreading a disease.