The History of SILVER
As a metal, silver is well known for its antimicrobial effects. Silver is known as one of the oldest antimicrobial agents. Silver has been used effectively against different bacteria, fungi and viruses. Humans have known about silver and its natural antimicrobial properties for thousands of years. The ancient Phoenicians, who flourished around 1200 BC, stored their water in silver bottles to prevent spoiling. Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, noted in the 4th century BC that silver had beneficial healing and anti-disease properties. Men at sea used to put silver coins into the barrels of water to purify the water. Before the advent of refrigeration, people made their utensils out of silver to kill bacteria on food, hence silverware.
Simply wipe hands, face or any surface. Germ-Eraser STOP GERMS CLOTH starts working on contact.