Fall’s Back with Backpacks

Fall is here and for many of us, that means backpacks. Not just for school, work or travel, backpacks are the comfortable way to be hands-free when you’re out and about. And in the age of Covid-19, that’s more important than ever. Thankfully, crisp autumn days may mean that the virus may not stay on surfaces as long, thanks to windy, cooler, wetter days. The virus can remain in the air for 3 hours and on stainless steel up to 3 days.

A Clipa bag hanger on your backpack loop or one of its straps makes it even easier to prevent contact with germs, viruses, dirt and bacteria on campus or at the office. It hangs most anywhere in seconds, including tables, auditorium desks and counters. Amp up your protection with hand sanitizers containing at least 60% alcohol: according to the CDC, using them and washing hands often can help you stay healthy. And when you’re washing up, the Clipa can hang up to 33 lbs., in just a half an inch of space from sinks, stall walls even rails.

Just how important is it to keep your hands clean? A recent Prevention.com study found some surfaces had more germs than others, including: gas pumps (71%), mailbox handles (68%), escalator rails (43%), and ATM buttons (41%). With a change of seasons (and possibly your bag to a backpack), staying healthy is priority #1. Get your questions answered by visiting our Frequently Asked Questions page; simply click on the image.

Ways to Use Clipa At The Office

Whether you’re meeting clients in in their conference room or eating lunch at your desk, a Clipa instant handbag hanger can make your life easier. Because it works in just a half an inch of space, Clipa can be hung almost anywhere:

Beveled conference room tables
Cabinet drawer pulls
Cubicle walls
Office chairs
Bookshelves
Open shelving
Desktops and returns
Work space areas
Carts
Bathroom doors and stall walls
Sinks
Café tables
Lockers

Having your business bag, lunch tote or purse within reach yet off the floor extends handbag life while protecting it from germs, water and dirt. To see other uses, simply click on the image.