Hand Sanitizer - Produced with Hollerhorn Distilling
We have hand sanitizer!
In early March we partnered with our neighbors at Hollerhorn Distilling to produce hand sanitizer. This began as a pandemic stopgap measure to meet the needs of local businesses, healthcare workers, and the most vulnerable members of our community in Naples, New York. So many of you have asked how to purchase sanitizer and we're thrilled to finally offer it to you!
This is an unscented industrial-style liquid sanitizer, not a gel, and it is made with locally distilled ethyl alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, glycerin, water, and a bittering agent to prevent consumption. This 80% ethyl alcohol hand rub formulation is recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) and meets or exceeds the standards of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Additionally, all of our sanitizers are registered with the FDA.
PLEASE DO NOT ADD FRAGRANCES OR SCENTS, including essential oils, to this sanitizer. Doing so will compromise its effectiveness.
Our sanitizer comes packaged in 2 oz and 8 oz bottles with dispensing disc caps, 8 oz with an optional sprayer top or pump top, and 1 gallon refill jugs.
Individual 2 oz or 8 oz bottles, or 1 gallon jugs
4 Pack: four 8 oz bottles
Mixed Pack: four 8 oz bottles and four 2 oz bottles
Number of uses per bottle:
2 oz: approximately 19 uses
8 oz: approximately 78 uses
From product label:
Active Ingredient: Ethanol 80%
Uses: For handwashing to decrease bacteria on skin.
Warnings: Flammable. Keep away from flame and heat. For external use only. When using this product, do not use in eyes. In case of contact with eyes, rinse with water. Stop use and ask a doctor if irritation and redness develop and persist. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help promptly.
Directions: Apply a palmful of product and cover all surfaces of the hands. Rub hands until dry.
Other information: Store under 105°F
Inactive Ingredients: purified water USP, glycerol, hydrogen peroxide
Note: Washing with regular soap and water is still the best way to clean your hands in most situations. Hand sanitizer is intended to be used only when soap and water are unavailable. Visit the WHO website here and the CDC website here for more information about hand hygiene and handwashing guidelines.