2 Oz Hand Sanitizer - Liquid - 30 Pack


This product is registered with the FDA. 

NDC #75537-001-01

We are pleased to announce that our liquid sanitizer is less viscous than your typical gel hand sanitizer.  This product is made following FDA/WHO Guidelines with 70-80% alcohol content and will kill 99.9% of germs.

This sanitizer is bottled in Indianapolis and follows FDA/WHO Guidelines for sanitizer production and is made with at least 70-80% alcohol content.

Notice: By following FDA/WHO Guidelines we are unable to add anything to this product aside from the following ingredients: Ethyl Alcohol or Isopropyl Alcohol, Hydrogen Peroxide, Glycerine, Water. This will be less viscous than your typical hand sanitizer.

SDS / COA available upon request.

Availability: Ships within 24-48 Hours.


5 out of 5 (based on 8 ratings)
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Received product postage due....

I received product with postage due how ever they reimbursed me for the product. Now that I had a chance to open box one of bottles was defective and almost empty. Still giving five stars cause customer service excellent.
Posted by Josephine Garcia, May 25th 2020

2 oz hand Sanitizer

Great product. like the size for my employees.
Posted by George , Apr 20th 2020

Hand sanitizer

Works well
Posted by Marty, Apr 20th 2020

2 oz. hand sanitizer

Purchased a case of hand sanitizer bottles. They arrived promptly. However, could not figure out how to remove the top the the bottle. Company was very responsive. Was able to immediately FaceTime with a representative and problem was solved. Very happy.
Posted by Jill Pearce, Apr 19th 2020

Shipped fast

Shipped fast, well packed. Thank you!
Posted by Lisa N, Apr 13th 2020

Good stuff!!

Thanks guys! Appreciate the fast shipping and updates through email!
Posted by Wesley Mays , Apr 11th 2020


A good value for the price. Great product
Posted by Martin Hottle, Apr 11th 2020

Works Great

It gets the job done. Doesn't smell like too much alcohol, and doesn't leave the sticky residue on hands. Thank you!!
Posted by Carl King, Apr 11th 2020