How Acrylic Sneeze Guards Protect Your Customers
These days, a sneeze is more than just a sneeze. It’s a threat to other people’s health. A sneeze projects viruses and germs into the air and onto unsuspecting people nearby. Don’t expose your employees and customers to airborne illness. It’s affordable, convenient, and easy to protect your staff – as well as your customers – with acrylic sneeze guards.
Made of acrylic, plastic, or glass, these sneeze guards are too dense to allow airborne droplets to pass through. Thus, they serve as effective shields, stopping viruses from reaching someone in their path. You can install them on countertops, tables, desks, and food bars – anyplace you would like to safeguard the contents from viruses and germs.
First Used for Smorgasbords
The sneeze guard’s creation goes back many years to 1958 when restauranteur Johnny Garneau installed the first sneeze guard in Pennsylvania to protect food in a smorgasbord from contamination. The first ones were made of glass and used in restaurants, but you see them everywhere these days in any space where you want to protect people and food from germs. An acrylic sneeze guard is a cost-effective and practical way to look after people’s health and well-being.