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HAND SANITIZERS vs HAND CLEANERS

CAUTION: NOT ALL "HAND CLEANERS" ARE "HAND-SANITIZERS". 

Read the article "You Might Be Buying a Hand Sanitizer That Won’t Work for Coronavirus" 

It states:

"CAUTION SHOULD BE TAKEN WHEN CONSIDERING PURCHASING NAME BRANDS WITH BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE AS THEY MAY NOT BE EFFECTIVE AGAINST COVID19". 

 

"Sanitizers that don’t contain the CDC’s recommended minimum of 60% alcohol are flying off store shelves and listed by sellers on Amazon for outrageous prices".

 

"Here is what you need to know....Some of the hand sanitizers made by the brands Purell and Germ-X rely on benzalkonium chloride instead of alcohol as the active ingredient. Such non-alcohol antiseptic products may not work as well for many types of germs, the CDC says, or may merely reduce the growth of germs rather than killing them. They may be better than nothing, experts say. But people are buying them without knowing the difference."

 

HAND-SANTIZER

CLEAN-19's formula was observed to kill RhinoVirus for up to 4 hours after application in a laboratory environment.

Each flu season new vaccines are created to confront the new disease.

 CLEAN-19 is designed to fight new viral threats that emerge with each season.

Corona Virus Disease of 2019 (aka COVID-19) is the worlds' most current viral threat. 

We designed CLEAN-19 to respond to this threat.

CLEAN19 is a topical virucidal to disinfectant the hands from COVID-19. 

CLEAN-19 is made in the USA.

CLEAN-19's formula is published by USEPA to be a effective against COVID-19.

CLEAN-19 is produced with denatured alcohol distilled in partnership with craft distillers.

CLEAN-19's formula includes a minimum of 70% Alcohol; Hydrogen Peroxide; Citric Acid; Malic Acid; Glycerine; and Demineralized Water.