9 Hand Sanitizer Hacks That Will Definitely Surprise You 


Ever since the coronavirus outbreak, hand sanitizers have become everyone’s new BFF because of its germ-killing properties. But for germaphobes out there, hand sanitizers have been a necessary commodity even before this pandemic began. Hand sanitizers are a godsend when you need to clean your hands and there's no water available but did you know that this disinfectant has more that one purpose? Yes, there are various uses for hand sanitizers! Other than cleaning your hands, sanitizers can be used to disinfect other things too and it also works great as a strange beauty hack. Intrigued?

Well, as this quarantine continues, you can learn 9 new uses for hand sanitizers and keep yourself and your surroundings clean, all with this trusty little bottle. 


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1. Disinfect Makeup Brushes

We can’t stress enough on how important it is to clean your makeup brushes regularly. They are a breeding ground for germs and bacteria, which, if not cleaned properly can lead to acne and other skin issues. After using soap and water, disinfect your makeup brushes with WIPEOUT Hand Sanitizer and allow them to air dry.

2. Disinfect Phones & Devices

High-touch surfaces like your phone and keyboard are a breeding ground for germs and bacteria, hence it’s necessary to disinfect them regularly especially during this coronavirus pandemic. Make sure to wipe down your keyboard, phone, and mouse using a bit of WIPEOUT Hand Sanitizer and a microfibre cloth.

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3. Remove Sticky Residue

Tried to remove a sticker only to be left with a sticky residue?  Well, the adhesive residue can be hard to remove with water and soap, in fact, these ingredients might just make things worse! Here’s where sanitizers come to the rescue. Whether it’s removing this pesky residue from furniture, walls, bottles, new dishes, etc., WIPEOUT Hand Sanitizer will make the job so much easier.

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4. Wipe Away Permanent Marker

Removing permanent marker from a whiteboard can be a task. You can use a rag cloth and WIPEOUT Hand Sanitizer to get rid of the problem or another hack you can try is writing over the permanent marker with a dry erase pen and then wipe it off.

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5. Clean Stainless Steel Items

Stainless steel items can lose their lustre when they're covered in fingerprints. Luckily, you don't need to go on a hunt for stainless-steel cleansers when you have a bottle of hand sanitizer at home. All you need to do is wipe it with a bit of WIPEOUT Hand Sanitizer to make it look shiny and new again. Plus, as mentioned earlier, high touch point surfaces contain a lot of germs, and using hand sanitizer will not only clean it but also kill any germs.

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6. Clean Your Glasses

Aside from protecting you from any infections during this pandemic, WIPEOUT Hand Sanitizers also help give you 20/20 vision. (Well, sort of). Forget about those expensive eyeglass cleaners, a bit of hand sanitizer will help remove smudges and eliminate any fingerprints.

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1. Emergency Deodorant

Desperate times call for desperate measures. If you forgot to wear deodorant and the only thing you have in your handbag is the WIPEOUT Hand Sanitizer then that will work as well. Bad armpit odour is caused by bacteria and using sanitizer on your armpits will keep you smelling fresh when you’re desperately in need of a roll-on.


2. Germ-Free Car

WIPEOUT Hand Sanitizers can also be used to wipe down your car door handles, dashboard or any other frequently used surfaces in your car that serve as a breeding ground for germs. It's important to thoroughly clean these surfaces during this coronavirus pandemic to avoid falling sick.

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3. Sanitize Toilet Seats

No one likes using public toilets especially if there’s no new seat cover available. In such situations, in order to avoid getting any infection, use your WIPEOUT Hand Sanitizer to disinfect the toilet seat before using it. 

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