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Alcohols in hand sanitiser destroy disease-causing agents, or pathogens, by breaking apart proteins, splitting cells into pieces or interfering with a cell’s metabolism. Studies have shown that alcohol kills a more broad variety of bacteria and viruses when the concentration exceeds 60%, and it works faster as the concentration increases.
Instructions for Use: Apply to hands and rub in well. Ensure contact with fingernails and in between the fingers.