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sanitize

(san′ĭ-tīz″)
1. To make sanitary.
2. To inactivate or remove microorganisms from equipment and surfaces. Chemicals, heat, and ionizing radiation can be used.
sanitizer (-tīz″ĕr) sanitization (san″ĭt-ĭ-zā′shŏn)

sanitizer

a sanitizing product capable of cleaning and disinfecting; usually a formulation containing a disinfectant and a detergent.
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We will print your brand name and logo on the custom hand sanitizers and send your order with proper safety and protection to your given address within the timeframe.
Increased parental or teacher supervision might be needed while using [alcohol-based] hand sanitizer products, especially for older children who might be abusing these products during the school year," the researchers wrote.
In this analysis, alcohol hand sanitizer exposures, the majority of which were ingestions, were associated with worse outcomes than nonalcohol hand sanitizer exposures.
Healthy Splash Sanitizer is approved for use in hospitals and has South African Bureau of Standards accreditation.
Teenagers use salt to break up the alcohol from the sanitizer to get a more powerful dose.
Intoxication of a hospitalized patient with an isopropanol-based hand sanitizer.
But research shows liquid sanitizers are not always effective, and sometimes they make the problem worse,"1 said Ohio State food engineer Gonul Kaletunc.
Geoff: The shorter, wider 2-ounce bottle is better for me than the other taller, leaner bottles that other sanitizers use.
In general, don't think of sanitizer as a replacement for soap.
So you need some way to clean them, and the hand sanitizer seemed the best.
Like most of 2009, back-to-school sales followed a downward trend, but according to the NPD Group, hand sanitizers and soaps proved to be must have items at office supply stores.
The Sagewash[TM] Sanitizer cleans, sanitizes and disinfects economically and conveniently.