solentlife
I've found it takes all glues of hands !! 

Epoxy ... PU ... you name it ... gone !! 
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JTiger
Huh, I was unaware of this but will definitely remember it for future reference. I would guess that the alcohol is acting as a solvent?
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solentlife
I should have realised actually because Iso Prop alcohol is a cleaning agent for PU and Epoxy - which is in Hand Gel.

The other alcohol used of course is Ethanol ... 

Would it surprise you if I said that normal production is not enough for even a small fraction of worlds population ? And is why the price of both is now soaring ever higher ...... some sanitizer companies are being asked to pay 20x ... 30x the usual price for alcohol .... 

https://www.bbc.com/news/stories-52126847
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JTiger
solentlife wrote:
I should have realised actually because Iso Prop alcohol is a cleaning agent for PU and Epoxy - which is in Hand Gel.

The other alcohol used of course is Ethanol ... 

Would it surprise you if I said that normal production is not enough for even a small fraction of worlds population ? And is why the price of both is now soaring ever higher ...... some sanitizer companies are being asked to pay 20x ... 30x the usual price for alcohol .... 

https://www.bbc.com/news/stories-52126847

Interesting read. The consumer always thinks the seller is taking advantage by charging "unfair" prices but sometimes it's just scarcity higher up the supply chain.
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Dodgy Crasher
I never thought my hands would use more alcohol than I  drink Ã°Å¸ËœÂª
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TomMonton
I normally use denatured alcohol for cleaning and glue or paint removal. It's a little less aggressive than isopropyl and is still foam safe.

I can't say that it will work as well as a hand sanitizer but it can't hurt the cause if all else is not available.
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