Hand Hygiene

As we all know, and it has become our new normal, washing our hands and using hand sanitizer is imperative to prevent the transmission of the virus from person to person. We are addicted to the routines, and the thought of focusing on our hygiene before even touching our face or food has made us so aware of our bad habits. Due to the lack of knowledge on preventing the spread of germs, bacteria is easily transferred, thus causing an infection that could have easily been prevented. Our world is so fast-paced that we seldom pay attention to the little details of hand sanitizing. 

 As a commuter, I've witness cross-contamination from people sneezing in their hands then gripping the public transit pole. Did you know that door handles in homes and public areas are the most commonly touched surfaces? So imagine how much germs are being transferred daily. The public restrooms are now using hand dryers instead of paper towels, so what do we use to hold the door handle after washing our hands? The Flu virus can live on some surfaces for up to 48 hours. Now that the Coronavirus is spreading let us become more proactive and take all the necessary precautions. 

 The Manoguard is created as a self precaution device designed to help with your everyday routine and activities outside your home. It is the barrier you need when it comes to touching public doorknobs, bus handrails, subway handrails, public bathroom doors, and even taking out the trash. You can clean the Manoguard with an antibacterial wipe or soap and water. Let us support good hand health around the world and be apart of a healthier environment.

CEO, Felicia Cox



Patiently waiting for my manoguard to arrive :-)


Cool Product!


This is a most Deff an essential product. I use it on everyday life. Especially on the train and opening doors when I have to hit the grocery store.


Great Idea!


Dope product helps with starting COVID free and touching those nasty train trails! 🔥 🔥

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