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70% Ethyl Alcohol Hand Sanitizer - Made in the USA!

TriCleanz kills most types of germs, bacteria, viruses. The transmission of some flu-like diseases can be prevented by using hand sanitizers. Alcohol-based hand sanitizer definitely fights against germs and kills 99.9% germs.

Kills 99.9% of bacteria within 30 seconds

and kills 99.99% to 99.999% in one minute.
TriCleanz alcohol-based hand sanitizer contains 70% alcohol which has a very low boiling point. As you run it on your hands and between your fingers, heat is generated due to friction. The heat evaporates alcohol and other particles, which takes germ particles with them.

TriCleanz hand sanitizers kill 99.99% of many common harmful germs and bacteria. No water required.

Germs can’t hide from us. Our travel-size products make sure of that. So take TriCleanz hand sanitizer with you everywhere you go.

Caution: Germ Fighters at Work

The key ingredient in TriCleanz is 70% alcohol. Chemically speaking, alcohols are organic molecules made of carbon, oxygen and hydrogen. Ethanol is the chemical in alcoholic drinks and is the chemical most people are thinking of when they say alcohol. Propanol and isopropanol (isopropyl alcohol) are two other alcohols that are common in disinfectants because they're highly soluble in water, just like ethanol.

Trust, Transperancy, Traceability

All of our products and their components are tracked the permanent blockchain to ensure product authenticity and traceability. With the high demand and short supply of the components necessary to make hand sanitizer, it is critical that you know the hand sanitizer you buy is made from authentic components.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Basics.

COVID-19 is a viral respiratory illness caused by a coronavirus that has not been found in people before. Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. They are estimated to cause about a third of all cases of the common cold.
COVID-19 is not caused by the same coronavirus that caused Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in 2003 or Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in 2012.
Because this is a new virus, there are still things scientists do not know, such as how severe the illness can be, how well it is transmitted between people, and other features of the virus.