80% ALCOHOL HAND SANITIZER

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Hand Sanitiser is made in the UK

The product is medical grade and is manufactured to World Health Organisation hand sanitiser formula 1.

Composition: Ethanol / Alcohol Denat (80% v/v), Sterile Water, Glycerine and Hydrogen Peroxide.

No water needed. No washing or rinsing required.

Directions for use: Apply a small amount of alcohol-based handrub and cover all surfaces of the hands. Rub until dry.

AVAILABLE IN SIZES: 500ml Bottle with flip-top cap and 5 Litre containers, which are commonly used with a hand pump to dispense into smaller bottles for replenishing purposes or to sanitise your hands often in places of work.

Wholesale quantities available, please contact us with your enquiry at wholesale@nictel.co.uk

Stop the spread of potentially harmful germs

Hand hygiene and disinfection

Hand hygiene is one of the most important ways to prevent the spread of potentially harmful germs which could lead to an infection and you can make a difference:

Why?

You can take action by practicing hand hygiene regularly and by asking those around you to practice it as well.

When?

You and your loved ones should clean your hands regularly. Especially:

  • Before and after visiting patients in a hospital
  • After using the restroom
  • Before preparing food or eating
  • After blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.

Who?

You, your loved ones, and your healthcare providers should practice hand hygiene.

Keep your distance

Keep a distance of 2 metres from other people to avoid breathing in droplets, which could include the coronavirus causing COVID-19, if the person is infected.

No handshaking

Refrain from shaking hands with each other. Avoid physical contact in general.

Clean your hands frequently

Clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water, especially before preparing food, before eating, or when you get home. always wash your hands after using the toilet.

Keep your hands away from your face

Pathogens can easily pass from the hands to the mucous membranes of the eyes, nose, and mouth. Avoid touching your face.

Hygienic coughing and sneezing

When coughing, you catapult a large number of viruses out of your body, which then stick to your hands. So do not cough into your hands, but rather into your sleeve or a tissue.

Discard used tissues immediately

Throw used tissues immediately into the trash, then please wash your hands.

Ventilate regularly

In closed rooms, the number of viruses in the air can increase dramatically. Regulary, 3 - 4 times a day, open your windows for at least 10 minutes to enable fresh air to circulate.

Do not share objects

Avoid sharing objects and touching surfaces in public spaces as it is known that the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 remains on surfaces. If you think an object may be infected, contaminated, clean it using a surface disinfectant followed by washing your hands.

Stop the spread of potentially harmful germs

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