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Passive-Aggressive Hand Sanitizer 3 Pack Travel Size Set | 62% Alcohol | Sweary Credit Card Size Funny Antibacterial Spray (0.68 oz ea)

  • $ 11.95



Tell them what you really think every time you spritz your hands with these sweary sanitizer sprays.

A set of 3 credit-card size hand sanitizers with funny sayings, cusses, profanity, and more than a little passive-aggression. Each provides about 120 sprays (0.68 oz) and fits in nearly any wallet, pocket, or bag. 62% alcohol meets CDC recommendations.

  • Set of 3 credit card size hand sanitizers with convenient spray function
  • Ethyl alcohol 62% antibacterial
  • 0.68 oz. / 20 ml of solution each
  • About 120 sprays of sanitizer each (360 total)
  • 3.42" H x 2.18" W each, fits flat in a wallet as well as a bag or pocket

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Travel Safe With These Mini Hand Sanitizers 

Now more than ever we realize how important it is to stay safe and keep our hands clean.  When traveling or going out it can be even more tough to avoid harmful germs or bacteria, which is why it is such always good to have a travel size bottle of sanitizer that fits easily into any bag or pouch.  Stay safe and stay clean and have a little fun while you're at it with these funny novelty bottles of hand sanitizer.

Hand Sanitizer Vs. Soap:  Do I Need Both?

Wash your hand as frequently as you can!  Using soap and warm water is the most effective way to clean your hands.  When you lather soap between your hands, it helps remove impurities that you then wash off with water.

When you do not have soap available, an alcohol based hand sanitizer may be used as a convenient alternative.  The high alcohol content makes it evaporate quickly, removing the need to rinse off your hands with warm water or dry them after. Having a small bottle of sanitizer on you when you go out is a smart and proactive way to stay clean.

Does Hand Sanitizer Really Work?

Alcohol based hand sanitizer is effective in killing most bacteria and viruses.  While doctors don't recommend solely relying on hand sanitizer to clean your hands, hand sanitizer can certainly be a convenient alternative when on-the-go.


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