The following basic instructions can be used to conduct Glo Germ experiments for science fair projects:
- Apply Glo Germ (Glo Germ Gel, Powder, Mist, or Oil)
- Apply on hands for hand washing projects
- Apply on door handles or other places that will show how germs spread
- Apply on sinks to show how well someone cleans
- And many more experiments that you can measure the level of cleanliness
- Show the glow of the simulation germs with a UV black light
- Wash off Glo Germ
- This is where you would like to insert variables to test
- Verify the cleaning action was adequate by using the UV black light once more
- Score the effectiveness of the employee or student
- This is where the student can calculate the percentage cleaned based on variables like cleaning time, cleaning solutions, cleaning tools, etc.
- Repeat the experiment for each variable to increase value of conclusions
- Glo Gel is used best as a cleaning detection experiment. Apply it on hands, counters, desks, and other areas. See how effective cleaning is with different variables.
- Glo Powder is best when trying to demonstrate how fast germs spread through contact. Add to hands and shake hands, door handles, or other areas where there is a lot of traffic. Use the UV black light to see how far the germs spread.
- Glo Mist is best used to demonstrate how far airborne germs can travel. For example, how far do germs travel when someone coughs or sneezes.
- Glo Oil is best used to demonstrate blood or hazardous liquid.
|Glo Germ Mini Kit|
"For teaching simple hand washing lessons"
|Glo Germ Premium Mini Kit|
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|Glo Germ Classic Gel Kit|
"Can't beat a classic"
|Glo Germ Classic Oil Kit|
"Orange is the new pink... even in infection control"
|Glo Germ Deluxe Gel Box Kit|
"You got the whole world in your hands... for a handling washing lesson anyway"
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|Glo Germ Deluxe Oil Box Kit|
"Big Box. Big Results."
NEW Glo Germ Oil Kit!