keyboard_arrow_down Maximum Strength Liquid Hand Sanitizer INSTANT

This maximum strength protectant is not a gel, so it dries quickly, leaving your hands feeling clean. Intended for external use only. RepelWell has partnered with an American manufacturer ensuring all manufacturing guidelines are being adhered to as well as timely production and delivery. SANITIZES ON THE GO MADE IN AMERICA The CDC recommends using at least 60% alcohol to kill germs, viruses and bacteria. RepelWell exceeds this recommendation and meets WHO sanitizer requirements. MAXIMUM STRENGTH When soap and water are not available, stay protected with RepelWell Liquid Hand Sanitizer by keeping a bottle handy wherever you are. LEAVES YOUR HANDS FEELING CLEAN REPELWELL SANITIZER


With the Coronavirus and flu season, this is a must have. You no longer need to drive from store to store in search of hand sanitizer. Repelwell offers this maximum strength hand and surface cleaner on Amazon to help protect as many people possible.


Our 80% alcohol formula exceeds CDC recommendations to make our hand sanitizer most effective at reducing harmful bacteria and killing germs. This maximum strength protectant is not a gel, so it dries quickly, leaving your hands feeling clean.

Use RepelWell Sanitizer When You’re On the Go

“If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol”  states the CDC [SOURCE]. RepelWell’s Sanitizer contains 80% alcohol exceeding both the CDC and WHO’s recommended minimum amount [SOURCE].

Sanitizing Technique For Best Results

Apply the recommended amount to the palm of your hand (make sure it’s enough to cover the entire surface of both hands) and rub sanitizer into your hands, paying special attention to the fingertips, until your skin is completely dry. This should take about 20-30 seconds [SOURCE].

Don’t Make Your Own Hand Sanitizer

“If made incorrectly, hand sanitizer can be ineffective, and there have been reports of skin burns from homemade hand sanitizer,” the FDA says. [SOURCE]

In Some Cases Hand Sanitizer is Better Than Soap and Water

In a study of a day care for flu transmission … outcomes in the hand sanitizer group were significantly better than either the soap and water group or the control group. The hand sanitizer group had lower rates of respiratory infections and missed fewer days of school, compared to the other two groups. Kids in the hand sanitizer group were also less likely to be prescribed antibiotics for respiratory infections. [SOURCE]

WHO Guidelines for Applying Hand Sanitizer

Note: Bottles and caps may vary in color and style due to shortage of supplies. Stock is limited, so order soon.
Remember as with all Repelwell products our Sanitizer is Made In the USA!

Alcohol-based hand sanitizer is recommended for use in commercial and health care settings where hand-washing with soap and water may not be available in a timely manner and as an additional antiseptic measure for the health and safety of essential workers.