I think that it is best to wash it off with warm, soapy water.
Probably soap. Because hand sanitizer spreads the germs all over your hands when you use it. Soap washes germs off. but hand sanitizer is good for travel.
Well I don't know the exact limit, but I do know that hand sanitizer dries out your hands so just don't overdue it.
There are quite a few different elements in hand sanitizer. Alcohol is just one element that is commonly found in hand sanitizer.
Because there is carbon dioxide in hand sanitizer, just like soda.
Usually, you just wash your hands with soap and water. But if these are not available, I use alcohol or hand sanitizer.
You add water..... just ruined a piece of jewelry trying to clean it with hand sanitizer. :'(
That's basically impossible. Just use hand sanitizer, tissues for sneezing and wash your hands as much as you can.
to get rid of germs and bacteria instead of having to wash your hands if you are on the bus or something. just more convenient.
The invention and popularization of hand sanitizer is a great thing in modern culture. We all enjoy being able to carry around with us a little bottle with a magic chemical that replaces soap and water. Hand sanitizer can be very useful in situations where soap and water are inaccessible, and can definitely help you to be more healthful in those situations. Whether you’re a mom on the go, a frequent outdoorsman, a mysophobe, or just a normal person, you have probably benefitted at least once in your life from the use of hand sanitizer. Is hand sanitizer really as great as we think it is? The claims on the bottles of most hand sanitizer companies are soundly backed up by science. Any hand sanitizer that is made up of at least 65% alcohol will kill 99.9% of bacteria within 30 seconds, and after 1 minute will kill between 99.99% and 99.999%. Hand sanitizer kills germs. It does not, however, clean your hands – it just sanitizes them. That is to say, it does not actually remove dirt. The Mayo Clinic [http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/hand-washing/HQ00407/NSECTIONGROUP=2] says that, while hand sanitizer is a perfectly acceptable alternative to soap and water, it should not be used when hands are visibly dirty. The real problem is that hand sanitizer is used most when soap and water are unavailable – like on a camping trip – when hands are very likely to be dirty. Keeping this all in mind, let’s look at how to properly use hand sanitizer. 1)Hand sanitizer is acceptable to use in many cases, as long as your hands are visibly clean, and the hand sanitizer is at least 65% alcohol. 2)To use hand sanitizer, pour out enough to thoroughly cover your hands and rub it in thoroughly for at least 25 seconds. 3)Remember that it can take up to a minute for hand sanitizer to be completely effective – so don’t just wet your hands and eat something! Also make sure that you have thoroughly rubbed it in so that you don’t accidently ingest the alcohol from the sanitizer.
Not always. Sometimes it just adds more viruses on. Sanitizer strips your hand of natural oils, and that makes it easier to keep germs ( good and bad) on your hands. It is safer to use soap and water!
Alcohol based hand sanitizers that contain at least 60% of alcohol is helpful in protecting the spread of infections. However, handwashing with soap and water is the best way to ensure personal hygiene. But what if soap and water are not available? Hand sanitizer is a good option when taking public transportation, while using public utilities. Carrying the “on the go” pack of hand sanitizer makes it easy to clean your hands at these places. Applying just 4-5 drops of hand sanitizer on the palm of your hand and then rub it across both hands and tips of the finger.
If you feed it to them, or spray it on them yes, it can kill them, but if you rub some on your hands that is fine, just rub your hands together until it doesent smell like alcohol. (:!
If you drink hand sanitizer you should probably rinse your mouth out with clean water. I know this because i have drank hand sanitizer. Next, make sure you are not alergic to it. If you are, i suggest that you go see your doctor just to be on the safe side.
You can, but what I always do to avoid the potency of the hand sanitizer is just put some rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle and spray it on the mouthpiece.
its just a poison so dont use it
I don't think that you absolutely need hand sanitizer, but I would prefer it just to soap and water because you can apply it faster, but soap and water work okay, too, though, personally, I would prefer hand sanitizer. Besides, it's supposed to kill a lot of germs; I think it probably kills more germs than if you used soap and water because: 1. It might just work better and 2. You're likely to rush washing your hands with soap and water, but not likely to rush using hand sanitizer. (which is kinda hard).
The concern over all types of infectious diseases had spurred much interest in hand sanitizers. The H1N1 flu epidemic had a major effect on attitudes toward hand hygiene. As a result, hand sanitizers are given away at health fairs and are also seen in large containers for public use. Walk into a restaurant and you will observe hand sanitizer. Before going into a hospital room you might notice hand sanitizer just outside of the door. People now carry hand sanitizer in their automobiles, gym bags and purses. As a result the hand sanitizer industry is a booming business. The question is, are hand sanitizers as effective as soap and water in killing infectious pathogens? Hand washing is the most effective way to prevent the spread of infectious disease. When soap and water are available hand washing should be the choice for cleaning and removing pathogens from the hands. The friction of rubbing the hands helps loosen dirt and germs and using running water to rinse the hands removes germs from them. However when soap and water are not options, hand sanitizer can reduce pathogens to a safe level that will prevent the spread of infection. Alcohol based sanitizers have been found very effective in killing germs on the hands. Hand sanitizing gels should be at least 60 percent alcohol to be effective. The Centers for Disease Control recommend placing the hand sanitizer in one palm and rubbing it over all surfaces of the hands until it is dry. Anytime the hands are contaminated hand washing or using a hand sanitizer is necessarily. Hands can become contaminated after touching raw meat, using the restroom, and after touching pets, livestock or other animals. Additionally hands should always be washed after sneezing, coughing or blowing one’s nose. Child care providers should also practice good hand hygiene; and make sure that soap and water or hand sanitizer is available for children to keep their hands clean whether in the classroom or on the playground. The bottom line is, whether soap and water or hand sanitizer is used, it is refreshing to see individuals taking responsibility for preventing the spread of infectious diseases.
If you lick hand sanitizer, you should rinse your mouth with water. It won't kill you if you just lick a little, but you can die if you drink a lot of it.
i just did that nothing happened !
Boiling and evaporization. Boiling is mainly used with water, but if you notice, hand sanitizer does not boil when you rub it in, it just evaporates, the friction from your hands is the heat..
Not really. Obviously, sanitizer is better than nothing, but washing your hands is preferable in a variety of circumstances.There are certain kinds of germs that sanitizers aren’t great at getting rid of, and many people don’t use them properly (not using enough or wiping it off prematurely, for example). Hand washing is also a better option when your hands are visibly greasy or dirty, and it’s much better at getting rid of harmful chemicals like pesticides.However, hand washing isn’t always convenient, and there are so many cute and good-smelling hand sanitizers in the world, it would be a shame to forsake them entirely. If you use hand sanitizers, you want one with at least 60 percent alcohol for maximum effectiveness.
I just want to know what a yellow bacteria from the hand sanitizer bottle is called
No, you can only get rabies from saliva. Such as a feral cat bite, street rat, or any other un-domesticated animal. (Just wash your hands a LOT with hand sanitizer)
Washing your hands, using hand sanitizer, maybe showering to clean yourself from germs, not touching your face after touching something dirty, and just keeping clean in general. Hope this helped!