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Avoid Using Hand Sanitizer On Your Pets

The good news is yes, you and your pet should be completely safe as long as the owner is using hand sanitizer correctly; meaning your hands are completely dry after applying it to your hands before touching them
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CORONAVIRUS

Approved And Recalled Products That Fight Coronavirus

The EPA just approved two Lysol products that can kill the coronavirus on surfaces, while the FDA recalls more hand sanitizer.
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Keeping Hand Sanitizer In Your Car Makes It Less Effective And Could Potentially Explode

Keeping bottles of hand sanitizer in your hot car can cause its active ingredient, alcohol, to evaporate, making the sanitizer less effective.
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Avoid Overusing Hand Sanitizer

Hand sanitizer works really well in killing viruses and bacteria. The problem is it also kills the good bacteria on your skin. But as research is still ongoing about what constitutes a healthy hand microbiome, it can be hard to determine how much sanitizing is too much.
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Experts Warn Not To Make Your Own Hand Sanitizer

The shortageof hand sanitizer has spurred people to begin making their own, using recipes from Twitter, Reddit, Pinterest and countless blogs. But just because these recipes exist doesn't mean you should bother.
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