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Do you know about 8 wonderful uses of hand sanitizer at home?

by:Jingliang     2023-09-17
In an extraordinary spring, we learned to go out with masks and wash our hands after entering the door! Frequent handwashing is your first line of defense against the spread of disease, and hand sanitizer is a loyal guardian of that line of defense. Hand sanitizer is used for hand washing, but the use of hand sanitizer is not only for hand washing, it contains alcohol and antibacterial ingredients, and it is a powerful germ killer. Have you thought of the following 8 wonderful uses of hand sanitizer at home? 1. Clean your mirrors and other glass surfaces Of all the glass surfaces in your home, bathroom mirrors are probably the most vulnerable. Toothpaste, hand sanitizer and other things are very easy to splash on, and it can be even worse if you have kids in the house. At this point, hand sanitizer comes in handy, just wipe with a paper towel or soft cloth dampened with the lotion, then wipe... You will also have the unexpected bonus of finding that your mirror does not fog up in the shower. 2. Relieve itching easily after being bitten by mosquitoes This spring, we miss a lot of opportunities to go out and breathe fresh air. Most of the time, we stay at home with our family! The upside is that we reduce our exposure to most mosquitoes, flies, tsutsugamushi. But there are always some mosquitoes who don't know what to do and come uninvited! If you notice those red and itchy bite marks on your family's skin, try a hand sanitizer, which can help relieve itching and burns, reduce inflammation, and at least help prevent bite infection. 3. It is a very good choice to remove the sticky labels or adhesives and stay at home. Doing some DIYs with your children is a very good choice, but after the activity, some tapes or labels are often affixed to the furniture or the wall, and it is completely clear that they are not pieces. Simple thing. You might not think that hand sanitizer is a great helper against them, apply it, and after a few minutes, the adhesive will soften, and then it can be easily wiped off with a dry cloth. 4. Wipe smudges off stainless steel Stylish stainless steel appliances bring a cool, modern vibe to the home. Unfortunately, they're also smudge magnets, and in any used kitchen, especially one that's been used by small children, the constant presence of smudges can be maddening. There are plenty of stainless steel-specific cleaners on the web, but if you have a bottle of hand sanitizer, it will work just as well. Squeeze the sanitizer onto a soft cloth and wipe the affected area to remove stains easily, also it works on smooth stone countertops. 5. Remove paint and nail polish If you already have hand sanitizer and don't need to spend money on a lot of things, one of them is nail polish remover. You just rub hand sanitizer on your nails, wait a few minutes, and wipe off the polish with ease. Plus, it's equally effective at removing paint from hands, clothes, and furniture. 6. Clean your keyboard and mouse You may not know how dirty your keyboard and mouse are. Your mouse and keyboard accumulate oil from your skin every day, attracting dust and bacteria. You might think of cleaning and sanitizing with alcohol or spray sanitizer, but with any electronic device, using a free-flowing liquid is probably a very bad idea. Hand sanitizer is a perfect alternative, it's still alcohol-based, but because it's a gel, it's far less risky. And, thanks to the added germicidal ingredients, it kills bacteria more effectively than pure alcohol. 7. Disinfecting public places Although we have tried to avoid interacting with people, occasionally we still have to go out to pick up a courier and go to the supermarket to stock up on food. It is inevitable to use the shopping cart or shopping basket shared by the supermarket. Open the door and press the button on the way. An elevator...you can keep a pocket bottle of hand sanitizer on hand to help protect you from random germs. Before your skin comes into contact, spritz a little disinfectant on a tissue and wipe down cart or basket handles, doorknobs, faucets and even toilet seats. 8. Clean your phone and personal electronics These days, your phone is the one thing you touch the most at home besides your bed. And of course, your PAD, earbuds, and other electronics are magnets that attract sweat, dirt, and skin oils, and the temperature and moisture of your hands or ears make them perfect incubators for bacteria. Be sure to clean them by squeezing hand sanitizer onto a paper towel or soft cloth, wiping down all surfaces on your device, and it will keep your screen looking extra clean and bright.
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