Washing your hands wet or dry after touching money or other germ contaminated objects - Dressing small cuts and scrapes (moisten with water and apply)- Soothing bandage for sunburns or first-degree burns (moisten with water and apply)- Protection against high-frequency mobile radio waves (wrap your phone and put it in your pocket; the silver weave is an excellent anti-radiation screen) Silver has been known for its antimicrobial properties for decades Silver is a time-tested solution to many of life's daily concerns! Silver kills a number of bacteria, including those that cause odor, has excellent thermal properties, and is nontoxic. Over the past six thousand years, many civilizations have recognized the healing properties of silver - starting with the Macedonian culture which used it to cover wounds. Silver colloids were listed in the PDR (Physician's Desk Reference) until 1955, however the traditional medicinal uses of silver rapidly disappeared as antibiotics were introduced. Today, the use of silver is having a renaissance due to concerns about antibiotic-resistant microbial strains. Bugs (bacteria) are everywhere! When you have daily contact with people and don't have time to wash your hands frequently, you can still protect yourself from germs.