Let’s not beat around the bush here. Humans are nasty filthy creatures who pick their noses, butts, hock loogies all over the place and are generally a fuzzy green mold clinging to this blue fruit we call a planet. How are the rest of us supposed to keep clean and healthy with these miscreants walking around us? It ain’t easy, that’s for sure. Let’s say some dude is shopping at your grocery store. He’s an isle ahead of you, you can’t see him. Problem is, he just cured an itch in his seat-crack by giving it a healthy hand massage, then he starts handling the fruit. And here you are, unaware of that nastiness, eyeing a magazine. How many things will be tainted before this dude and others like him leave the store?
Well, I can’t help you with the nastiness they spread toward the food, but the PureCart system will at least keep the grocery carts clean. Think of it as a carwash for shopping carts. Each cart probably has a million or more germs on it. The system cleans using a quick-drying sanitizing wash and disinfects the carts between uses. The cost per wash is cheap at only 1-2 cents after the initial purchase price of the system. But a healthy customer will be back to spend money. It’s a minor victory against nasty people and there germs, while the war itself continues. OCD people will no doubt want to jump in with the cart, so they can be clean and germ-free for the ride home.