Thank you again. Hi Kevin Lee, Fortunately, sanitizing hand rub is easy and inexpensive to make right at home. You’re not alone. Everything is still sitting on my table, waiting to rescue me.
Note: You could substitute 190 proof ethyl alcohol from the liquor store, if you can’t find rubbing alcohol. Thanks so much. Carry on! I used squeeze-type bottles, but a spritzer should work as well. I tried mixing it with the green aloe vera and it just doesnot mix well. The best mix is a bottle of after sun lotion I found at CVS. We need more just like you. glycerin. Sad its taken this ugly virus to remind folks of good hygiene like frequent handwashing. Told the pharmacist what I was using it for – she said that’s good for anti-bacterial but will not kill a virus. Thanks for posting. Nice recipe. The WHO formula meets this target. for external use only. Will buy the ingredients immediately since also no luck in drugstores for sanitizer!!! As glycerol is very viscous and sticks to the wall of the measuring cylinder, it should be rinsed with some sterile distilled or cold boiled water and then emptied into the bottle/tank. Part A provides a practical guide for use at the pharmacy bench during the actual preparation of the formulation (Hand Sanitizer). I love how you write! Make a cream. There are a lot of recipes floating around. If only I could find the alcohol…. You might like to label your bottles before filling them. It has a pleasant smell and mixes very easily, I’ve been making some for friends and they like to the smell. We are traveling in New Zealand, leaving for home in Minneapolis tomorrow. After reading all the replies, I’d like to share what I have learned.
This allows time for any spores present in the alcohol or the new/re-used bottles to be destroyed. Where you in North or South Island ? I don’t add any essential oils — they don’t do anything except provide a perfume and they’re expensive. I live in Christchurch. Will come in handy this weekend when I have to travel on Amtrak!!!!!!! Well, I hope this DIY hand sanitizer post was helpful to you. Might soften my hands, too. It is not drying, but very effective! Am traveling to a San Francisco with two granddaughters and will provide each with one. Their activity was found to be equivalent to the reference substance (isopropanol 60% v/v) for hygienic hand antisepsis. sanitizer. I had 2 of the 3 ingredients already. Very much appreciated you sharing such clear directions! For instance, lemon oil (I believe all citrus oils are photo sensitive). “The 70% alcohol case, no additional water is needed, and the resulting sanitizer is 66% alcohol, which is less than the WHO recommended 75%, but still greater than the minimum required 60% for effectiveness.”. Great recipe. It dissipates pretty quickly, but after it has done the job. My alcohol bottle says 2014. Common Antidote & Drug-Related Side Effects, Bacterial Staining Technique: Learning Guide, Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) Learning Guide.
And 1 teaspoon glycerin. You made me laugh out loud this morning.
Alcohol went as fast as toilet paper. I wasn’t going to spend $10 for an 8 oz container of hand sanitizer….
I will be linking it in my blog. Thanks so much. Your email address will not be published.
The nice thing about this is that there is no cheap, awful perfume added. (BTW… this formula is also an excellent cleaner for your eye glasses, as well as a sanitizer, which surprised me because of the oil in it). Thank you for the recipe Kevin. Thanks Kevin, two of my grandkids live with me and this is a superhandy, timely post. EGX WHO HAND SANITIZER Safety Data Sheet SDS Date: 3/26/2020 SECTION 1: IDENTIFICATION Product Identifier Product Form: Mixture Product Name: EGX WHO Hand Sanitizer Synonyms: Ethanol Solution; Alcohol Antiseptic 80% Topical Solution; Hand Sanitizer Nonsterile Solution Intended Use of the Product Sanitizer And here, because I love you, is the printable: BY Kevin Lee Jacobs | March 6, 2020 92 Comments. Thank you Kevin for the timely information. They will then swab your hands and the swab testing machine will say”ALARM” meaning your hands tested positive for some toxic substance. And it’s safe for kids. Thanks for the recipe too, Kevin. Thanks for this. I hope this helps. Blessings and safe comings and goings to all! 350 0 obj <>stream Many thanks. I bought everything for this recipe except the glycerine that I couldn’t find.
local production). Kevin you are a special person. “Have you washed your hands?” I inquired. I use this WHO recommended recipe but I recalculated things to put it into a recipe format. Hydrogen peroxide is added using the measuring cylinder. These can be prepared in 1-liter glass or plastic bottles with screw-threaded stoppers. Or when the restaurant bathroom has run out of soap, or the bathroom is so gross that you wouldn’t dream of washing your hands there anyway. Glycerin is a moisturizer. I found some perfumer’s alcohol, which is ethanol cut with a non-toxic substance, and is okay for use on skin. I’m making it anyway. Wonderful recipe but PLEASE update it to say only 3% hydrogen peroxide! Thank you for that! Thanks for this diy recipe for hand sanitizer. You can use any oil you want, actually. warnings. Thank you SO much for posting this important recipe. How would you determine the expiration date on this sanitizer? Look for it in the cosmetics department at drug stores, supermarkets, and health food stores. Maybe go by the expiration date in either the peroxide or the alcohol. I really like the after sun lotion. Thank you Keven I use Surgical Spirit for the alcohol. recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO). Your recipes are always lovely. I kept some of my small empty hand sanitizer bottles. Thanks very much! Thanks for caring! 1 1/2 Tablespoons of 3% hydrogen peroxide, 15 drops of lavender oil (fragrance) You could use any of the aromatic oils…. ... (SDS) request, you agree that any SDS is being provided to you by UL as a public service for use during the COVID-19 pandemic pu blic health emergency at no cost to you based on the information you’ve provided “as is” with
For flying could you make it without glycerin and follow with hand cream?
Kevin, Hygienic handrub The microbicidal activity of the two WHO-recommended formulations was tested by WHO reference laboratories according to EN standards (EN 1500). My husband went to the horticulture store, where they sell all the supplies needed for gardening or growing pot. l�2��.���"e 2�1��vC H60,Vô I also add some lavender oil for fragrance. I agree with Fanceen. If helpful to you, I found glycerin at a health food store. Use the alcoholmeter to control the alcohol concentration of the final use solution. THANK YOU! you DON’T have to have the WHO’s %.
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This is the World Health Organization-recommended formula for hand sanitizer. In Hospital we have generally used . Thanks again! thank you so much! Your email address will not be published. “I washed them before I boarded the train.” Oy. The only changes I make to it are: adding Jojoba oil and Tea tree oil and Levendar oil. If we want to make use of aloe Vera plants, can you explain how best to get the gel from the leaf? If you can’t find it in drug stores because that’s where people go first try the Dollar. 297 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<59F15622861EA94895FE8AAC8680433C><90791264BBC1CB438E8D5CA139A290E9>]/Index[260 91]/Info 259 0 R/Length 156/Prev 198876/Root 261 0 R/Size 351/Type/XRef/W[1 3 1]>>stream Some of the necessities we need for this worrying period are becoming scarce here in Australia, as indeed, across the world
Not sure if glycerin will set off airport screeners- it is the second ingredient in many moisturizers that we commonly use on hands and face, after water. Please advise. Thank you Kevin for the DIY recipe for the sanitizer! It is the consensus opinion of a WHO expert group that WHO recommended hand rub formulations can be used both for hygienic hand antisepsis and for presurgical hand preparation. So nice to have this important information from such a happy, upbeat site. I love your blog…….gardening, yard work (I bought that blower), recipes, advice….keep it all coming!!!! There are many types that are stronger. I started with a website helping pharmacy students. Trade name: Shelter Point Hand Sanitizer – WHO Formulation 1 Formula number: 223035 Other means of identification: NPN Number: 80098682 Site Licence: COV0350 Recommended use of the chemical and restrictions on use Hand Sanitizer Only Name, address, and telephone number of the chemical manufacturer, importer, or other responsible party Part A is intended to guide a local producer in the actual preparation of the formulation (Hand Sanitizer).
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