i-Scrubs hand sanatiser made to WHO recommendations and certified to SANS 490 with added moisturizers. Fragrance free.
i-Scrubs Hand sanitiser is an effective liquid hand spray used in various antiseptic applications. The product has no fragrance or dye which makes it unique in that it will not leave any residue on skin and this professional type hand spray evaporates fast, leaving the hands dry and germ free.
The unique combination allows for softer skin and combines moisturizing with sanitation.
i-Scrubs may be used as an effective topical anti viral hand scrub or general disinfectant on most surfaces.
Not all hand sanatisers are made equal! There is some scary stuff out there. The product complied with the pass requirements of SANS 490:2013 as stipulated in SANS 5261:2009 as tested by M and L Laboratories (Pty) Ltd dated 2 July 2020 on Certificate no: 11123616.
Apply i-Scrubs directly to your palms ,rub hands together working product into and around all fingers and your palms until hands feel dry, remember to include your wrists for maximum protection.
Habitat water-less hand scrub primary component is rubbing alcohol. Being Gel free will not leave a sticky residue. Rubbing alcohol is proven effective against 99.9% of known germs and viruses which is why it's found in virtually all hand sanitisers around the globe.
A perfect companion to our Office Mate equipment cleaner.
Use of disinfectants: alcohol and bleach to sanitise.
Alcohol and bleach are acceptable chemical disinfectants if used appropriately. As with any other disinfectants, soiled surfaces need to be cleaned with water and detergent first.
Habitat Hand scrub. 70% ISO PROPYL ALCOHOL . Manufactured as per WHO recommendations.
Alcohol is effective against influenza virus. Alcohol is often used to disinfect small surfaces (e.g. rubber stoppers of multiple-dose medication vials, and thermometers) and occasionally external surfaces of equipment (e.g. stethoscopes and ventilators). Since alcohol is flammable, limit its use as a surface disinfectant to small surface-areas and use it in well-ventilated spaces only. Prolonged and repeated use of alcohol as a disinfectant can also cause discoloration, swelling, hardening and cracking of rubber and certain plastics.