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Sure Care Hand Sanitiser Gel

£12.46£44.17 +Vat (20%)

Sure Care Hand Sanitiser Gel By Village Blinds Alcohol Hand Gel – Sanitiser Rub with flip-top dispenser. No water or towels required. Kills 99.9% of germs. Specially Formulated Alcohol hand Gel for completely sanitising hands before food handling preparation, medical work or domestic use etc. No Need for water.
Key Features:
  • Kills 99.9% of germs.
  • 70% Alcohol content.
  • Gel formulation, no water or towels required.
  • Manufactured in the UK
Manufactured in the UK
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DELIVERY INFO

Hand Sanitiser Delivery

Parcel Force Delivery - Price: £7.95

We aim to deliver your order to you within 3-4 working days via Parcelforce.
Local Store Pickup Option

Local Store Pickup - Price: FREE

Choose Local Store Pickup and we will call you once your order is ready to collect from our Ballymena Store. See more here
Sure Care Hand Sanitiser Gel By Village BlindsAlcohol Hand Gel - Sanitiser Rub with flip top dispenser. No water or towels required. Kills 99.9% of germs. Specially Formulated Alcohol hand Gel for completely sanitising hands before food handling preparation, medical work or domestic use etc. No Need for water.Key Features:
  • Kills 99.9% of germs.
  • 70% Alcohol content.
  • Gel formulation, no water or towels required.
  • Manufactured in the UK
Manufactured in the UK

Additional information

Size

5 x 186ml Bottles with Flip Top, 500ml Bottle with Flip Top, 1 litre Bottle With Flip Top, 5 Litre Refill Bottle, 5 Litre Dispenser Bottle

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World Health Organization Advice on Anti-Bacterial Hand Rubs

Whilst we make every effort to keep up to date with the latest guidance, please check your local statutory body for the latest advice and guidance.

PPE Guidance from statutory bodies in UK & Ireland.

 Whilst we make every effort to keep up to date with the latest guidance, please check your local statutory body for the latest advice and guidance.

Working safely during coronavirus (COVID-19)

Published on the 11th May 2020 by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy this guidance includes information on working in the following sectors/industries.

Construction & Outdoor Work, Factories, Plants and Warehouses, Labs and Research Facilities, Office & Contact Centres, Other Peoples Homes, Restaurants offering Takeaway or Delivery, Shops & Branches, Vehicles.

Please note at time of publishing this guidance is only in effect for residents in England. If you live in Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland, please check  current guidance on your relevant public health/governmental portal.

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