Alcohol Based Hand Sanitizers

Taking care of your hand hygiene is the first step to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Following a hand hygiene routine that includes the use of an alcohol-based hand rub sanitizers or soap+water, is the simplest and effective way to prevent the spread of germs and infections to the people around you.

Alcohol Based Hand Sanitizers

Right hand hygiene methods

  • Using a hand sanitizer that has greater than 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol. Liquid or gel sanitizers are effective in the absence of a sink/water and if your hands are not visibly dirty
  • Washing hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds when they are visibly dirty, before/after eating, and after using the toilet

Hand washing is inconvenient and impossible when you are on the go, or in office. That’s where hand sanitizers play a huge role. The World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended a list of rules for making hand sanitizers locally so that it can be provided easily to all at an affordable cost. According to WHO, “alcohol-based handrubs are the only known means for rapidly and effectively inactivating a wide array of potentially harmful microorganisms on hands.”

To contribute to ‘Vocal about Local’ and to prevent the spread of coronavirus, Indus has launched hand sanitizers that are Accessible, Affordable and Available to Indian citizens. They can be used at various places according to the needs. It is made with WHO recommended liquid formula and contains 80% alcohol. 

Here’s where all you can use Indus Hand Sanitizer:

  • 100 ml: good for carrying in pockets
  • 200 ml: can be kept in purses or bags for quick use
  • 500 ml: keep it on your office desk or your house entrance
  • 1 ltr: can be kept at office entrances so that everyone can clean their hands before entering 
  • 5/10 ltr: keep as reserve and fill for use

Click here to learn more about Indus Hand Sanitizer.

 

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