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sanitizer

[′san·ə‚tīz·ər]
(materials)
Disinfectant formulated to clean food-processing equipment and dairy and eating utensils.
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The Hand Sanitizer Store is an online store in the United States.
Others have taken note, with Fast Company magazine calling Birdie 'the world's most beautiful hand sanitizer.
Also, they recommended that hand sanitizer should be kept out of reach for young children.
Adverse health effects were more likely to be reported for alcohol hand sanitizer exposures (p<0.
To make sure a hand sanitizer is effective, Healthy Splash suggests that you make sure that your hands are free of visible dirt and grime.
According to doctors, ingesting hand sanitizer can produce the same side effects as consuming large amounts of alcohol - slurred speech, unresponsiveness, possibly falling into a coma state.
Hand sanitizer has a much higher alcohol concentration than several common alcoholic drinks (Table).
To use gas as a sanitizer, you need an airtight compartment," said Kaletunc.
It's worth noting that two of our panelists typically do not purchase hand sanitizers (Paula admits to using dispensers available at work and in stores, while Vlada says she is perfectly content with frequent soap and water scrubs).
TSP (trisodium phosphate) is another sanitizer that is used by some processors.
Keep small bottles of sanitizer in your bag, car, home and at work.
Hand sanitizer dispensers have been put up at 24 locations for employees.