Hygibac Gel - Alcohol Hand Sanitiser

Retail price as above. Contact us for wholesale prices

  • Hygibac Gel - Alcohol Hand Sanitiser

Hygibac Gel - Alcohol Hand Sanitiser

Retail price as above. Contact us for wholesale prices

Contact for Sales Enquiries

Features

  • Hygibac Gel is an alcohol gel hand sanitiser designed to rapidly decrease the bacterial loading on hands when normal hand washing facilities using warm water ‘hand soap’ and single use paper towels are not practical.

  • Hygibac Gel contains Ethyl alcohol 80% v/v together with Triclosan. Complies with AQIS Guidelines for Hand Disinfectants for use at Class 5 Quarantine approved premises.

      Application

      Squirt the Hygibac Gel hand sanitiser into palm of your hand. It should be about the size of 20 cents. 2 ml.


      Start rubbing your hands together gently. Be sure to get every single spot and not miss any part. Get in between fingers, under rings and jewellery. Rub hand sanitiser thoroughly on hands and about 3 cm up your wrist. Hold hands downward to avoid contamination on the upper part of your arms.


      Finish up. Don't dry your hands on a towel, it will be better to let them air dry.

       

      Code: 70090 5L


      Product Information Sheet

      For more information, download the full Product Information Sheet.

      • For sales enquiries, please contact:

        Allan Bartlett

        Telephone: +61 8 8352 3881
        Email: allan@cobaltblueaust.com.au

      • COBALT BLUE Australasia, provides the information submitted in this Product description based on our current knowledge and experience. In view of the many factors that may affect processing and application, these data do not relieve users from the responsibility of carrying out their own tests and experiments; neither do they imply any legally binding assurance of certain properties or of suitability for a specific purpose. It is the responsibility of those to whom we supply our products to ensure that any proprietary rights and existing laws and legislation are observed.