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Have a QuikClot Advanced Clotting Gauze in the glove compartment or side storage on the drivers side. It's small and can be pressed into a wound to stop bleeding. Very simple to use, whether its can large cut or deep puncture wound. And the bandage is folded so you can use what you need on one wound and move on. Pretty much anything reasonably clean can be used as an cover bandage (duct tape, ace bandage etc). For other Common Sense Ideas Consider visiting commonsensehome.com
The FDA is recommending against the use of most antibacterial soaps as being ineffective, if not dangerous. There seems to be a growing body of scientific evidence to support this stand.
After some research, it has become clear that you are correct that the FDA has recommended not using antibacterial soaps in preventing the spread of germs. We have removed antibacterial soap from the list above. Thanks for writing!
Good to see that the word is getting out. As a healthcare worker, I use antibacterials all the time. I always worried about the stuff available for home use as related to superbugs, and am so glad the FDA has basically set a moratorium on these products. Not only is there the superbug issue, but the chemical ingredient in them is carcinogenic. Basic soap and H2O or hand sanitizers with alcohol are great to have in the kit. Just remember, even though alcohol is more effective, it can not replace soap and H2O if there is visible soiling.