Originally Posted by DurangoSteve
I call my compact system "Purell." It's cheap, lightweight, takes up very little space and works very well. Keep one with the groover and one at the kitchen. The downside? It dries the skin. Gotta take some O'Keefe's "Working Hands" cream with you as well.
Just spent 21 days in the ditch, loved our "hand-jobby" stations. Purell, not so good, I learned on this trip that the hand sanitizer is a poor replacement for river water and anti-bacterieal soap. I learned this fact from our friend who guides outward bound trips down deso-grey and cataract. He said they went to the hand sanitizer method and thier students were getting sick left and right, they went back to hand washing, soon thereafter, no problemo. We had two stations (one by the pooper, and one by the kitchen), 14 people, 21 days, and not a single case of anyone peeing out the butt spakling the groover lid! my 0.02