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CDC recommends using alcohol-based hand rub with greater than 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol. Hands should be washed with soap and water for at least 20 seconds when visibly soiled, before eating, and after using the restroom.
Videos and photos
Includes a list of sanitisers and their contents, with useful infographics.
Home-made sanitisers may not have enough alcohol content to be effective or may not be safe for use
How to produce your own sanitiser by WHO
PDA guidance on the production of alcohol based sanitisers.
How to make your own sanitiser at home, using 91% isopropyl alcohol/
How to make your own hand sanitiser.
How to make your own gel and spray sanitisers
Automatic hand sanitiser dispenser- Kids use Arduino parts to make this.
⚠️ Warning: Ultraviolet radiation can cause eye damage, burns and damage your cells, with shorter wavelengths such as UV-C being more damaging in a shorter time than longer wavelengths such as UV-A. If you choose to use UV disinfection, wear eye protection and cover your skin.
Far-UVC ultraviolet light (207–222 nm) חן living) layers of human skin or eye; however, because bacteria and viruses are of micrometer or smaller dimensions, far-UVC can penetrate and inactivate them.
Instructions for making a device that cleans thing in your home using UV light
🌍🇳🇱🔗https://www.frolicstudio.com/covid-19-decontamination-toolkit An open-source COVID-19 Decontamination Toolkit using UV-C light, with readily available parts, clear building instructions, and a protocol to run the setup. The goal is to give individuals and organisations facing scarcity of masks the opportunity to extend their life span and stay safe for longer.
This map shows hospitals (red plus sign), distilleries (blue icon) and distilleries that are currently producing hand sanitizer (green icon). Warning: link is potential security risk.
BrewDog producing sanitisers and subsequently fails standards.
Running out of disinfectant?
We link organisations in need with distilleries producing disinfectant.