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Do you use hand sanitizer at your desk?
#1
If so what kind is your favorite? I am looking for an alcohol free sanitizer
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#2
My hubby uses it at his work and he loves gold bonds lotion sanitizer if i decide to idk which to pick ill probably go with Cool Blue since Shellac registered salon u have to use scrub fresh so i might as well go all out and use Cool Blue too!
Mitchele Sheree Hunt
CND Master Painter
http://mitchelesheree.blogspot.com/
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#3
Good idea with the Cool Blue. lotion sanitizer will have oil in it and could cause all kinds of problems with nail services.

I don't know that there is such a thing as alcohol free sanitizer since it is the alcohol that does the sanitizing. Alcohol is the alternative to bleach and used to sanitize.
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#4
MY hubby uses that he is a landscape designer and needs it all day since he is in the field all day. he hoses his hands off and puts it on. I know some girls are your scentsy hand sanitizer. The scents are too strong for me so i need to go with something that is just plain scented.
Mitchele Sheree Hunt
CND Master Painter
http://mitchelesheree.blogspot.com/
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#5
I use it anytime I sneeze, the client sneezes, I drop something and so on. I get mine from Bath and Body works. I get the large bottle for my table and several purse size for the car and travel. They have the best selection ever. Fresh picked cherry is my all time favorite. They really do smell great, and they range from very mild to fairly strong. I dont think you will find alcohol free either.
Last year I bought vampire blood ( plumb) and Zombie snot ( marshmallow) for Halloween gifts to my clients with hand wrapped pumpkins from paper filled with candy. And sometimes for other Holidays. They are on sale on the time.
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#6
I just found this on line and am going to try it - alcohol free. My hands get so dry from the alcohol based stuff I am using now.

http://soapopular.com/sp/index.php?q=mai...-1.5l.html
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#7
I am mobile and do not like to carry extra jars and containers. Target has individually wrapped sanitizing cloths that I use. One for the client and one for me. Works great!!
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#8
The bath and body ones are great and i love the little rubber things to attach to purses and backpacks. I did get a letter from my childs school about them specficly lol.

It said due to excess use and licking of sanitizer off of hands by students. These products are forbidden at Blah blah school district. I heard someones little girl kept licking it off her hands all day and was drunk (rumor the girl was probably just sick) from the ipa content. I had to take my kids backpack ones away for home use only.
Mitchele Sheree Hunt
CND Master Painter
http://mitchelesheree.blogspot.com/
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#9
@gelpro,

I see the non alcohol sanitizer from Soapopular uses Benzalkonium chloride for it's active ingredient to sanitize. Google this ingredient. It looks like it's not really going to be any safer or less drying than the alcohol based products and it's certainly more expensive.
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#10
(02-10-2012, 06:20 PM)kkgunn Wrote: @gelpro,

I see the non alcohol sanitizer from Soapopular uses Benzalkonium chloride for it's active ingredient to sanitize. Google this ingredient. It looks like it's not really going to be any safer or less drying than the alcohol based products and it's certainly more expensive.


I did and from from what I read at a concentration of 0.15% it should not be dehradting to the skin. That is the conclusion I come up with anyway.


An independant study at a concentration of 0.1% can be found here:

http://www.microarmorinc.com/News/2-skin...eport.aspx
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#11
Sounds like it could work and not be as drying.

The part I like least about disinfectant is the delivery. I don't like the pump top for communal use. I'm thinking of putting the gel (regular germ-x from wal mart) into one of those touch free soap dispensers.
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#12
I also use Cool Blue. After they wash their hands at the sink.
Laura Merzetti
http://www.scratchmyback.ca
CND Education Ambassador
Toronto, Ontario Canada
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