5L Hand Sanitiser 80% Alcohol
Rosslyn North Supplies
Produced in line with the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommended liquid hand rub formula.
This quick-evaporating, high-strength (80%) ethanol formula can be used without water and kills 99.9% of bacteria and viruses.
This 5L container is perfect for refilling sanitiser stations and contains clear, colourless, alcohol-based liquid rub for sanitising hands.
Tested and approved to British Standards EN 1500 and EN 1276:2019.
It can also be used for sanitising surfaces with less potential for damage than bleach. Do not dilute the sanitiser for use on your hands or on surfaces. Consumer Reports says rubbing alcohol is safe for all surfaces, but can discolour some plastics.
MADE IN SCOTLAND
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BS EN 1500
BS EN 1276:2019
18% Aqua (distilled sterile water)
0.125% (v/v) Hydrogen Peroxide
How to use
How to Use:
Apply 5ml (a palmful) of hand sanitiser and cover all surfaces of the hands. Rub hands together briskly until dry.
Ensure Cap is closed when not in use.
Store upright and out of direct sunlight.
Use on Surfaces
Our 80% Alcohol Sanitiser can also be used for sanitising surfaces with less potential for damage than bleach. Do not dilute the sanitiser for use on your hands or on surfaces.
Consumer Reports says rubbing alcohol is safe for all surfaces, but can discolour some plastics.
REMINDER: The strength of this solution, and its active ingredients are what enables it to kill viruses - and alcohol sold for human consumption at lower concentrations such as 20-40% alcohol WILL NOT have the same anti viral effect.
For external use only.
Should only be used by adults, or under the supervision of adults.
This product is Flammable and is classed as an eye irritant
Keep away from heat / sparks / open flames / hot surfaces. - No smoking
If in eyes: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing.
If eye irritation persists: Get proffesional advice/attention
In case of fire: Use foam, carbon dioxide, dry powder or water fog to extinguish.
Store in a well-ventilated place, keep cool.
What is the difference between liquid hand sanitiser and gel?
Outside of a health care setting, many of us are accustomed to gel hand sanitiser.
A paper published in the Critical Care section of the British Medical Journal by Maiwald & Widmer entitled 'Are Alcohol Gels better than liquid hand rubs' discusses the differences and references a study conducted by Traore et al who noted:
Liquids act more rapidly (~15 s) and leave less residual substance on hands. Gels require about 30 seconds to act, and time loss can reduce compliance.
Kramer et al found in a study, published in The Lancet, that most liquid hand rubs present significantly better antimicrobial performance than gels.
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