This size is great for small spaces, couples and small teams. Available with a pump dispenser as standard. Easy to refill with our refill pouch products when the time comes.
• Great gel viscosity, this is not a liquid rub or spray.
• Excellent defence against the spread of coronavirus and seasonal flu.
• Quick dry formula, no water or rinse required.
Does your product protect against coronavirus?
All of our products have at least 70% alcohol content as recommended to use by the WHO (World Health Organisation) The world health organisation has shown that hand sanitisers with at least 70% alcohol content defend against viruses like the flu virus (H1N1). To date no testing is available to test against coronavirus.
Is your product certified?
Yes our product complies with European BS EN1276 testing standards. BS EN 1276 is the European standard for the bactericidal activity of disinfectants as proof of effective infection control against harmful micro-organisms such as MRSA, Salmonella, E.Coli and Flu Virus (H1N1).
What is a refill pouch?
Our refill pouch products are designed to allow you to refill existing wall dispensers or pump bottles, thereby reducing waste, whilst also reducing the cost of shipping due to the reduced thickness of the pouches compared to bottles.
How do I apply the sanitiser gel to ensure it works effectively?
Apply a large pea size of sanitiser onto the palm of your hand. Rub your palms with fingers. Rub the back of each hand with palm. Rub your palms together. Rub your palms with your knuckles/nails. Rub your thumbs together. Rub your wrists with fingers. This process should last at least 30 seconds. The sanitiser will then dry itself, leaving a fresh feeling and clean sanitised hands.
Should I order a refill pouch or a bottle of hand sanitiser?
Our refill pouch products are designed to reduce waste and reduce the cost of shipping. If you already have dispensers or bottles, you can use our pouch products to refill those bottles. Our bottled products are ideal if you do not have existing dispensers or bottles.
How long will the sanitiser last?
It has been advised that you should wash your hands at least every hour, and use sanitisers after your hands come in contact with surfaces frequently which would have also been touched by other people.