Are homemade sanitizers safe or clinically approved?

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    xcheck44
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    Nowadays most of the people try to make sanitizer at home with different formulas got from the internet, just to save money. But I heard that foremost health companies and experts dislike making your own hand sanitizer at home which isn’t smart.

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    jackB
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    I’ve heard of a lot of people doing this too and it seems like there is no clear cut process that guarantees any percentage of germs killed like in clinically approved products.

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    steffven
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    I just use bleach with detergent power in sanitizing the floor, bathroom, sink and some home equipment. When it comes to hand sanitizer, I prefer to use 70% isoprophyl alcohol.

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    Dr-Feel-Good
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    I don’t rely on using homemade hand sanitizers as they don’t seem working to ensure proper cleanliness. To meet the standards of safety and hygiene, which is also the need of present time, I order soap and sanitizers from sportsinside at co.uk/ which is no doubt good at providing high quality products.

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