Hand Sanitizer Spray to help prevent Coronavirus:
Using hand sanitizer is one of the most effective ways to protect yourself from the coronavirus — but only if you’ve been applying it correctly.
The effectiveness of hand sanitizer spray depends on multiple factors, including the manner in which the product is applied (e.g., the quantity used, duration of exposure, frequency of use) and whether the specific infectious agents present on the person’s hands are susceptible to the active ingredient in the product.
In general, alcohol-based hand sanitizers, if rubbed thoroughly over finger and hand surfaces for a period of 30 to 20 seconds, followed by complete air-drying, effectively reduce 99% population of bacteria, fungi, germs spores and viruses including Covid-19.
- Moisturizing & Hydrating – Lemon Hand Sanitizer Spray produces a fast-drying, non-sticky liquid that contains unique non-drying, conditioning, and moisturizing ingredients, leaving the skin with a soft, refreshing and silky after-feel, and does not contain polymer thickeners or silicones.
Lemon Sanitizer Spray is 99.9 % effective at killing germs. Lemon hand sanitizer contains Contains 75% Isopropyl Alcohol 99%, Hydrogen peroxide 3%, Glycerin, lemon essential oil and water. But if you’re in a situation where you can’t easily wash your hands, then hand sanitizers are a viable option.
Researchers have found that the novel coronavirus is capable of living on surfaces such as cardboard for 24 hours, but up to two or three days on plastic and stainless steel. So cleaning and disinfecting high-touch surfaces is a step we should all take, even if we aren’t leaving the house. Anytime items or people come in and out of your home, there is some possibility of exposure.
Doing a full-on cleaning and detailing of your car’s interior can be time-consuming and tiresome, but there are some key areas where you should focus on cleaning and disinfecting regularly. These are areas that you are often touching or handling every time you operate your vehicle and that you should wipe down at least once a week.
- Driver’s Side Door Handle and Locks
- Steering Wheel
- Gear Shift
- Car Keys
- Driver’s Seat
- Mobile Phone
There are somethings we are touch in a daily routine. So, high-touch surfaces to clean and disinfect daily:
- Table surfaces
- Hard dining chairs (seat, back, and arms)
- Kitchen counters
- Bathroom counters
- Faucets and faucet knobs
- Toilets (seat and handle)
- Light switches
- TV remote controls
- Game controllers