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500ml Alcohol Hand Sanitizer Gel - Anti-Bacterial Kills 99.9% £4.99 delivered Sold by: FRESHSKIN Dispatched by: FRESHSKIN Amazon
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500ml Alcohol Hand Sanitizer Gel - Anti-Bacterial Kills 99.9% £4.99 delivered Sold by: FRESHSKIN Dispatched by: FRESHSKIN Amazon

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Posted 18th Feb

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  • 70% alcohol hand gel kills 99.9% of all bacteria.
  • Rub contains hand friendly moisturisers, emollients and special skin protection.
  • No need to wash hands after use.
  • Helps combat flu and leaves behind a bacterial barrier against disease.
  • Rub a small amount into the hands and work in well, particularly around fingernails. Allow to dry, do not rinse off.
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MadeDixonsCry18/02/2020 12:40

There is no alternative to washing hands.


There are complimentary precautions however.
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There is no alternative to washing hands.
MadeDixonsCry18/02/2020 12:40

There is no alternative to washing hands.


There are complimentary precautions however.
ordered thanks !!
Heat. Good price for the amount of sanitizer in a pump action bottle.
MadeDixonsCry18/02/2020 12:40

There is no alternative to washing hands.



Rubbish, you said, "There is no alternative to washing hands." You are spreading mis-information. An alternative is to use hand sanitiser when there is no soap and water.

Use the global advice from a leading authority Centers for Disease Prevention and Control : cdc.gov/cor…tml

Quote (FAQ): Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.

NHS nhs.uk/con…19/

"wash your hands with soap and water often – use hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available"
A good heads-up thanks; but a pretty standard price on eBay - or 6 bottles for £20, or 12 for £30.

EDIT: Oops, I shouldn't have mentioned that should I. 1 hr 20 mins later and the eBay seller (and manufacturer) increased the price to £47.99p for 12. And I held off buying earlier - oh well.
Edited by: "Sunrayho" 18th Feb
splender18/02/2020 13:01

"wash your hands with soap and water often – use hand sanitiser gel if s …"wash your hands with soap and water often – use hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available"


We live in the UK, not in The Gambia
adil17118/02/2020 13:20

Errrmm exactly...


My point is you will always have access to soap and water, don't rely on sanitiser instead
Good for travelling, thanks..ordered
MadeDixonsCry18/02/2020 13:25

My point is you will always have access to soap and water, don't rely on …My point is you will always have access to soap and water, don't rely on sanitiser instead



You are spreading more disinformation. You said, "You will always have access to soap and water, don't rely on sanitiser instead."

In practice, what you wrote is contrary to practical reality. You expressed text book theory with no real application of everyday living. Your theory of, "You will always have access to soap and water" is of no practical use in a given point in time of need.

And, there are those with limited mobility, what about those with wheel chairs with less accessibility?

Although soap and water are readily accessible. There are many places without soap (just water), many places without both. E.g. buses, trains, public spaces, underground, takeaways (buy and eat outside), retail shops, just to mention a few.

Lastly, even when there are toilets and washing facilities, hospitals and doctors' surgeries offer hand-gel as well. To many, I seen them used the hand gels without going to the hand basins in the toilets. These people rely on hand gels in practice.
I feel like you can get 150ml at Aldi for a matter of pence, definitely less than a pound
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Claya18/02/2020 14:21

I feel like you can get 150ml at Aldi for a matter of pence, definitely …I feel like you can get 150ml at Aldi for a matter of pence, definitely less than a pound


Bought 2 yesterday
splender18/02/2020 13:43

You are spreading more disinformation. You said, "You will always have …You are spreading more disinformation. You said, "You will always have access to soap and water, don't rely on sanitiser instead."In practice, what you wrote is contrary to practical reality. You expressed text book theory with no real application of everyday living. Your theory of, "You will always have access to soap and water" is of no practical use in a given point in time of need.And, there are those with limited mobility, what about those with wheel chairs with less accessibility?Although soap and water are readily accessible. There are many places without soap (just water), many places without both. E.g. buses, trains, public spaces, underground, takeaways (buy and eat outside), retail shops, just to mention a few. Lastly, even when there are toilets and washing facilities, hospitals and doctors' surgeries offer hand-gel as well. To many, I seen them used the hand gels without going to the hand basins in the toilets. These people rely on hand gels in practice.


He is speaking for majority not the 1%.
MR112318/02/2020 14:38

He is speaking for majority not the 1%.



Evidence of how you got this 1%, 1% of what? Did you read some survey?
Bought a few 600ml of alcohol based hand sanitizers last week, hospital grade ones which confirm to British Standard, at Superdrugs for £3.49 each 600ml. I was told they fly off the shelves but do still receive in stocks.
splender18/02/2020 14:52

Evidence of how you got this 1%, 1% of what? Did you read some survey?


Yeah I read your comment
Prices on amazon have gone mad and a lot has gone out of stock
This is quite a good antibacterial, home bargains do a large bottle for £1 which is excellent too
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