Ongoing precautions due to COVID-19 are forcing customers to think and shop differently. More customers are favoring businesses who go the extra mile for their safety. That means they’re paying attention to the touches you’ve added around your establishment. Things like social distancing signage, extra masks, and antimicrobial pens at checkout allow customers to feel comfortable shopping. Face mask and hand sanitizer kits are also becoming a popular in-store safety staple. These all-in-one kits make it easy to offer the essentials without the headache of sourcing each individual new product.
Kits are great for a few reasons. First of all, they’re cost effective. Rather than customizing several different health and safety products for your business, you can personalize one product that has everything customers need. This saves you on customizing setup fees, while still offering a variety of items for your customers.
Safety kits are nothing new, but the ones that customers are looking for right now have swapped the bandages out for more relevant items. Here’s what your safety kit should include:
You’ve probably heard a lot about the different types of masks. There are cotton masks, nonwoven masks, polyester masks, and so much more. For the purposes of building out your mask and sanitizer kits, we’re covering two types of masks—disposable and reusable. If you’re interested in finding more detailed information on face mask options and efficacy, read our blog entirely on face masks.
Now that you have some idea of what you want in your essential safety kit, find the one that will best work for your business. These are our top picks for face mask and hand sanitizer kits:
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