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Ocado - Milton Anti-Bacterial Hand Gel (rinse free) 100ml - £1.10
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Ocado - Milton Anti-Bacterial Hand Gel (rinse free) 100ml - £1.10

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Posted 16th FebEdited by:"rosalina1818"

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There seems to be a shortage of sanitising hand gels. This will fit into your bag when on the go.

Rinse-free formula for perfect hand hygiene with no water. Leaves your hands feeling fresh and clean. Ideal when out (work, toilets, restaurants, travel) and with baby (feeds, nappy changes). Limits germ transmission.
+30 applications, Kills 99.9% of germs,
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There does seem to be a shortage but was a load in Lidl if anyone is looking. Good price though
Edited by: "pollarj" 17th Feb
pollarj16/02/2020 19:25

There does seem to be a shortage but was in Lidl if anyone is looking. …There does seem to be a shortage but was in Lidl if anyone is looking. Good price though


Yes, most shops have no stock for the pocket sized ones. I am not surprised with what is going on right now. Thanks for the Lidl tip .
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Has anyone seen a large size hand sanitzier at a good price?
Be aware that hand sanitizer is less effective than washing your hands properly with soap and water. Useful when you can't do that though.
Besford17/02/2020 09:33

Be aware that hand sanitizer is less effective than washing your hands …Be aware that hand sanitizer is less effective than washing your hands properly with soap and water. Useful when you can't do that though.


If you clean your hands properly with anti-bacterial hand gel, did the research say washing your hands properly with soap and better is still better? Just curious on the findings.
pollarj17/02/2020 10:06

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Thanks,that's a good price,I look afer my mum who is bedbound and had been thinking about getting something like this,for her hands
Slash17/02/2020 10:05

If you clean your hands properly with anti-bacterial hand gel, did the …If you clean your hands properly with anti-bacterial hand gel, did the research say washing your hands properly with soap and better is still better? Just curious on the findings.


My understanding (from a health professional) is that soap and water is the preferred option but obviously not always available' hence sanitiser is a good additional process. Either way must be used properly/thoroughly, otherwise little point: eg those people you see just running their hands under a tap with no soap after using the loo are just spreading any bugs further!
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