How to make your own Hand sanitizer to Kill germs?
With the outbreak of Covid-19, people need hand washes, toilet papers, sanitizers to reduce or kill the virus germs. Nowadays, due to this disease and the demand of the above safety measures, the prices of all the sanitizers, hand wash, Dettol got doubled. And these all are now finished in the markets. Many people have created their brands online and are selling sanitizers and hand wash. Some of them are fake, and some are real.
So, the good news is, you can make your hand sanitizer at home with less cost. Doing so will kill the germs and protect you from the new virus. There are a few things to keep in mind before making your sanitizers. First, follow the precise ratio of the ingredient. If you ignore doing so, it will make the sanitizer to work even more worst.
Carl Fichtenbaum, who is an infectious disease specialist prefer making your home sanitizer at home if you can keep the content such as the alcohol or ethanol appropriate.
How to make your home sanitizer?
Things you need:
- 2/3 cup 99 percent isopropyl alcohol, 1/3 cup of aloe Vera gel
- Bowl to mix the above ingredients
- A clean funnel to pour the liquid into the bottle
- A clean dried container with a lid or a pump to put the sanitizer in it.
The process to make it:
Mix all the ingredients into a bowl. Then pour the mixture into the bottle through the funnel.
Things you should follow strictly:
As the sanitizer contains the harmful component, so do not ingest it. Keep away the container from the reach of children. Write clearly on the bottle that it’s a sanitizer.
The finished product must have 60 percent alcohol to work effectively in killing the germs. Do not replace your hand wash with sanitizer because sanitizer won’t kill all the virus. Whereas, the hand wash cleanse all the germs from your hands.
Other than sanitizer, hand wash, tissue paper, you must wear a mask everywhere. Social distancing is the additional safety measure to take to keep safe from this virus. If you are washing your hands with soap or hand wash, do it for at least 20 seconds.