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Wash Hands poster

If you miss out on this great deal for a free poster, we wash our hands of responsibility.

SHOPPING We have offered a variety of deals in the past. Don't let this one pass you by. While supplies last, through January 31, 2011 pay for two or more anatomy or clinical posters and receive a mini Wash Hands poster. Just visit Store.ClinicalPosters.com to make your selections.

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Vista

Perhaps you're thinking: "This free mini poster must not be worth much." On the contrary, great things come in small packages. First: We should mention, the poster comes in a handsome aluminum Vista frame — arguably the highest quality frame you can get at any price. Second: you actually receive two posters: a horizontal version (wash handsuse soap and hot water) and a vertical (fight germswash hands) to select from. Third: the posters are printed on our most durable water and tear-resistant Polypro material with special UV inks for ultimate durability. Simply attach to a clean surface with included hook-and-loop applicator. Because of the incredible value we must limit distribution to one per customer and require online advance payment (no purchase orders or delayed billing) for qualifying purchases.

At 2.7" x 4" this poster fits right where needed. Place it near the bar of soap in the restroom, next to the sink in the kitchen, beside a bottle of sanitizing liquid, or anywhere a personal hygiene reminder is warranted. If you need more mini posters, they can be purchased for just $19.99 each. Beautiful larger versions are also available with customized messages.

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References
  1. For Many, 'Washroom' Seems to Be Just a Name. The New York Times, Sept 12, 2010
  2. Cleanliness Rules Germaphobes' Lives. MedicineNet.com
  3. Hand-Washing May Have Kept Flu at Bay. everydayhealth.com Dec 29, 2010
  4. Pinkeye: Protect Your Eyes — Wash Your Hands. Yahoo! March 21, 2007
  5. Prevent Nosocomial Infections. ClinicalPosters.com, June 8, 2010