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  • about now going to how we keep our home safe.

  • We use a lot of organic cleaners in our house.

  • There's this huge movement to try to cut out some of the chemicals in our homes.

  • Are the organic chemicals as effective as some of the more traditional things we use?

  • My and I and I understand that desire to cut back on chemicals that were exposed to.

  • But this is not the time tamarin to use something that you're not sure has the right concentration to kill this virus.

  • So how do we mean by that?

  • I would refer people to the Environmental Protection Agency.

  • They just put out a list of over 300 cleaners, household cleaners that are effective in killing this corner virus and other viruses around the.

  • So go to that list and find out before you cleaner.

  • Okay, hand sanitizer and kids.

  • I use a non alcohol hand sanitizer for my son.

  • He's 10 months thinking I'm doing the right thing.

  • Do you use hand sanitizer on kids?

  • You can you can get a safe to use, but the mainstay of protecting ourselves right now should be washing our hands.

  • I mean, really, really If you're you know, on the run and you don't have access to a sink with warm water and soap, then you would use a hand.

  • Son and I have the honest with you.

  • I was stunned by how many videos had to show people how to wash their hands.

  • I like Have we not been washing our way?

  • Haven't the people that have been doing it hadn't really been doing it right?

  • It's concerned it's concerning.

  • And if you know if there's any positive that's going to come out of this Corona virus outbreak, is that we're gonna learn how to were properly wash your hit.

  • Because my team and I were talking and when I was a morning TV for 25 years and I said, Oh, come on, guys, we don't have to do it.

  • Other segment on howto washing and our show is we talk about smart stuff on these people, not about your hands.

  • And I'm like, Okay, we don't know clearly, no.

  • And it's actually so in my medical training.

  • It was actually part of my medical training, like they had to make sure that we all insurgent a teach doctors how to wash their hands.

  • Yes, because love audience.

  • Yeah.

  • Sorry, I didn't know.

  • You don't want to be transmitting and passing.

  • Draft your patient so we all have to be properly trained now.

  • The hand sanitizer issue.

  • We know that a lot of people have been hoarding it, buying it up.

  • I went on Amazon.

  • Not one brand was available and those that were available had been marked up tremendously.

  • You see the shelves here people have taken to making their own.

  • There was a report out of ah young kid who was injured in New Jersey because someone sold at a convenience store, some kind of hand sanitizer that may not have been proper.

  • The boy was burned.

  • People have been on social media.

  • I've never heard this until this morning.

  • Tito's vodka has asked people online to not use their products to make hand sanitizer tweeting for the CDC, Hand sanitizer needs to contain at least 60% alcohol.

  • Tito's handmade vodka is 40% alcohol, therefore, does not meet the current recommendations for the CDC.

  • That is Tito's vodka, having to tweet out.

  • So I mean, it's funny in a way, but it's so people are so nervous and I think so.

  • In some ways, rational and irrational, it's because it's all over the place.

  • The stories, it's just inundating.

  • That's right.

  • And that is my concern is a physician.

  • That fear makes us irrational.

  • Yeah, and it's not the hand Sanitizer is not a good option.

  • It is if you don't have access to soap and water.

  • If you're on the run, it's a good option.

  • But it's the freestyling.

  • It with different increased again.

  • I don't want to take anything for granted.

  • So we're gonna head over here because you have how to make proper handmade Let's sanitizer over here on our set.

  • I did not know that you could make hand sanitizer, but the mayor of New York was on yesterday saying he makes his own.

  • So here's the safe way to do it.

  • We already have this part made.

  • So what?

  • What are the components here?

  • So these are things that you probably already have at home.

  • So this is rubbing alcohol very important.

  • You want to make sure that it is at least 91% or higher.

  • Got this is Al Oh Vera, and then some essential oils, which were just for sense, and our options.

  • Okay, so this is just for the so your hands don't has little flavor to it, right?

  • Okay.

  • Now the Al Oh, Vera, I was also worried that the fact that we're washing our hands Maur using hand sanitizer more is that breaking down some barrier that we need to keep us healthy.

  • You are right on tamarin so that talavera is for moisture.

  • It is precisely so that we don't over dry our hands with the alcohol and then leave to some cuts that then predisposes us to infection.

  • Okay, so we need that to keep us from damaging a guest star layer of skin and creating more of a problem.

  • All right, put it all in there, whisk it, put it in the jar.

  • And there you have your handmade sanitizer.

  • That's right.

  • And that's effective at something I could buy.

  • You guessed right.

  • We'll put that up on our website.

  • Dr.

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How To Make Hand Sanitizer & Fight Coronavirus

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/03/13
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