I use the library extensively and love to read. I have noticed that the books looked dirty. I can imagine all the people handling them, no wonder they are dirty. So, I grabbed my hand sanitizer and squirted it on the library books, took a paper towel and rubbed it in. I was amazed at the amount of dirt that came off those books. Now every time I get books, I use hand sanitizer on them before reading. This kills germs and makes the book covers shine like new. Happy reading.
By Connie P. from Vandalia, OH
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