The PURELL SOLUTION™ for Education

When it comes to providing a clean, high-quality facility, choosing the right hand hygiene and surface disinfecting products can make all the difference. The PURELL SOLUTION for Education combines the latest innovations in hand soap, hand sanitizer, and surface disinfecting sprays & wipes with reliable dispensing systems that can help reduce maintenance – all from America’s #1 hand sanitizer brand.¹

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PURELL Healthy Soap

PURELL Healthy Soap


Our hand soaps wash away dirt and germs with ingredients that are gentle on skin.
PURELL Hand Sanitizer

PURELL® Hand Sanitizer

America’s #1 brand¹ kills 99.99% of most illness-causing germs and is formulated with moisturizers and skin conditioners.
PURELL Surface

PURELL® Professional Surface Disinfectant

Kills 99.9% of germs – including human coronavirus in just 30 seconds – on a variety of hard surfaces with no harsh chemicals.
PURELL Surface Wipes

PURELL® Professional Surface Disinfecting Wipes

New surface wipes kill 99.9% of bacteria and viruses with no harsh chemicals or PPE required.

Additional Resources

Young Children Washing Hands

Aren’t All Hand Soaps Essentially the Same?

While they may all try to do the same thing, not all hand soaps are alike. From the ingredients themselves to the performance and user experience, there’s more than meets the eye.
Bus environment

Quats vs Bleach vs Alcohol – What’s the Difference?

You may think active ingredients in disinfection products are all the same, but there's a big difference between them. Each has its advantages, but knowing the tradeoffs will help you choose the best product.
Surface Disinfection Blog

Blog Post: Surface Disinfection Best Practices

Developing and implementing an infection prevention plan that clearly addresses containment procedures will help minimize the impact of outbreaks and closures. Learn how to optimize your surface disinfecting program with advice from the experts.
Boys Restroom

Blog: Helping School-Aged Kids Avoid the “Winter-Hand Blues”

During the cold winter months, many children suffer from dry, irritated hands. It’s more than just the weather causing it though – repeated handwashing with harsh soap also wreaks havoc on already fragile hands.