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Covid 19 Prevention; Make Your Own Sanitizer at Home


Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

03rd Mar, 2020. 12:41 pm
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COVID-19

The Deadly Coronavirus Covid 19 has created a havoc around the world, started mainly in China but spread globally.

Covid 19 or Coronavirus is also affecting mental health, people rushing to near by pharmacies and surgical stores to buy masks and sanitizers.

However, the rapid increase in demand has made unavailability of hand santizers in market; thus increasing panic.

But there is no need to worry at all, precaution is the best way to keep ourselves safe from the deadly coronavirus.

Here you will learn that how can you make hand sanitizers at home with few ingredients that are really effective in keeping hands clean.

Plain Vinegar

Vinegar can be used as a safer alternative for some applications, like cleaning.

Vinegar works an an antibacterial agent that kills 99% of bacteria.

It’s also nontoxic, non-polluting, and edible.

Plain Vinegar

Usage:

Keep in a small spray bottle in your bag.

Spray on hands so the entire surface of hands is wet.

Rub all over, then wipe or shake dry.

The strong smell of vinegar will vanish quickly,

It leaves your hands clean and odor-free. But if you dislike the smell, cover it up with a few drops of lemon essential oil.

Sanitizer Made with Aloe Vera Gel

Yes its true! You might know many health benefits of Aloe Vera, that also included skin cleaning as well.

Mix Gel with 2 drops each of cinnamon, clove, rosemary, and eucalyptus essential oils; 5 drops lemon (or other scent) essential oil and mix with 6 ounces of water.

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Usage:

Cinnamon, clove, rosemary, and eucalyptus essential oils all have antimicrobial properties.

Combining them makes the sanitizer more potent against a variety of germs.

The aloe Vera gel is soothing to skin. Spray on your hands, and rub gently.

Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydrogen Peroxide widely used for curing cuts and abrasions.

When hydrogen peroxide comes in contact with bacteria, it oxidizes, causing the bacteria to decompose.

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Usage:

Keep a small, dark-colored spray bottle in your bag (exposing it to light will cause it to oxidize).

Spray on hands and allow to foam.

Wipe or shake dry.

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