Aloe Infused Hand Sanitizer Spray | 2 Pack
Sold as a pack of two.
Keep your home safe with Nature United's aloe infused sanitizer!
Contains 62% of ethyl alcohol (CDC Recommends 60% or more).
Its convenient fine mist spray closure allows one to quickly disinfect anything from your hands, home surfaces, door knobs, handles, and anything else on the go!
The green bottle is made from BPA-free plastic, 2 oz in size and is a discreet travel size option.
100% of proceeds supports Feeding America Inc. who supplies food banks to vulnerable populations across the USA. Please support their Covid-19 response fundraiser!
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- Product Specifications
Produced by the Garden Tower ProjectWHAT’S INCLUDED: 6-Frame Family Pack
- 62% Ethanol
- 2 Oz, Green bullet bottle (BPA free plastic)
- 50 mL of sanitizer (aloe infused, scent free)
- White, fine mist spray top with cap
- Approximately 3 oz in weight when full
- 2 Large Mask Frames (Average Male Adults)
- 2 Medium Mask Frames (Average Female Adults)
- 2 Small Mask Frames (Children ~8 years+)
- 12 Feet of soft polyester woven flat elastic banding (if supplies become unavailable) we will substitute 18 3.5″x1/8″ rubber bands
- NO FILTER MEDIA IS INCLUDED: The frame is designed to work with easily acquired materials. This is a DIY (do it yourself) KIT, see material resources below
- Mask Frames are sealed in plastic at the point of manufacturing in Indiana. They are made of non-toxic polyethylene with food-safe Garden Tower HDPE colorant.
Nature United is an affiliate of the Garden Tower Project and is compensated for any sales produced by this ad.
Shipping InfoFree USPS Parcel Select Shipping
Local pick-up available in Plant City
Tracking included on all purchases unless otherwise specified.
Orders are processed in 1-2 business days.
Our products are delivered by USPS, UPS, and Fedex
We currently do not offer international shipping
Return PolicyThis product is non-refundable
Feeding America Inc.
No one should go hungry during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With school closures, job disruptions, and health risks, millions of Americans will turn to food banks for much-needed support.
They can't do it alone and you can help.