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Be a Cold Hero At Home and School With Kleenex Anti-Viral (Available at Walmart)

Be A Cold Hero At Home And School With Kleenex Anti-viral (available At Walmart)

I woke up this morning with a sore throat. OH NO! I don’t want my kids to get it either – my daughter hates missing school and I just don’t want them to feel miserable (like I do). I discovered that Kleenex has a brand new type of tissue – Kleenex Anti-Viral available at Walmart.
Be A Cold Hero At Home And School With Kleenex Anti-viral (available At Walmart)

Kleenex Anti-Viral kills 99.9% of cold and flu viruses* and is proactive care for the most germ protection. There are active ingredients in the middle of the layers that knock those germs out within 15 minutes and keeps them from spreading. So even though I am not feeling my best I can be aggressive in my ability to save my family from getting my nasty cold. Plus Kleenex Anti-Viral is soft like you would expect Kleenex to be. My daughter was quite thrilled with this – she had said that at school the tissues felt like “sandpaper on her nose”. So I did what any in-the-know mom would do – I sent her and her brother to school with packs of Kleenex Anti-Viral to give to their teachers. Because we all know that schools are a cesspool of germs. Now I know that I am not only keeping the germs from coming back home, I am also helping their classmates not spread germs around to each other.

Be A Cold Hero At Home And School With Kleenex Anti-viral (available At Walmart)

 You can find Kleenex Anti-Viral at Walmart Supercenters, or do what I did and order some to pick up at your neighborhood Walmart store. Keep your family protected and don’t let those nasty colds sneak up on you and your family. You will be known as the “COLD HERO”!!

*Disclaimer: *In the tissue in 15 minutes.  Virucidal against: Rhinoviruses Type 1A and 2 (Rhinoviruses are the leading cause of the common cold); Influenza A and Influenza B (causes of the flu); Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV – the leading cause of lower respiratory infection in children).

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