FN840 Please Use Hand Sanitiser Before Entering Sign A5 Self-Adhesive

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Product Specifications
Dimensions210(L) x 148(W)mm
Product Weight100g

Promote better hand hygiene by using this A5 self-adhesive "Please Use Hand Sanitiser Before Entering" sign. A bright blue colour scheme and large text make this sign eye-catching and easy to read from a distance. As such, it'll remind customers and staff to thoroughly wash their hands before entering your premises, which will help to reduce the spread of microbes, illnesses and infections.

A self-adhesive back allows this sign to be applied to any wall, window or other hard surface - so you can easily position it at every point of entry to your building for maximum awareness.

FN840 Features
  • Dimensions 210(L) x 148(W)mm
  • Material Vinyl
  • Weight 100g
  • Encourages staff and customers to practice effective hand hygiene
  • The vinyl material makes this sign easy to wipe clean
  • Large, easy-to-read text ensures all can view the message
  • The bright colour scheme instantly grabs attention
  • A self-adhesive back makes the sign easy to apply to walls and windows
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Estimated Delivery Date:
Wed 22nd May
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  • All items over 30kg are kerbside delivery only,
  • Deliveries take place between the hours of 7am and 6:30pm
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