Make Your Own Hand Sanitizer For Your Airbnb
The pandemic has brought many health consequences and has changed the lifestyles of all of us.
Safety measures and cleaning protocols in Airbnb’s are vital. That’s why today we show you how to Make Your Own Hand Sanitizer For Your Airbnb.
Some regulations by health services have decreased but it is important that we continue to protect ourselves. Different types of variants will occur over time. Vaccines have been effective to this day, but it is also our responsibility to take care of ourselves and others.
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First of all, no hand sanitizer or substances such as alcohol are as effective as good hand washing. So we recommend that you substitute a hand sanitizer for hand washing.
The first things we need to get are the following ingredients:
- A bottle with dispersant
- Isopropyl alcohol
- Lavender oil (or the one you like)
- Aloe vera gel
- Isopropyl alcohol
In a bowl pour some of the aloe vera gel with a few drops of oil of your choice, in this case we use lavender oil. The drops will depend on the amount of hand sanitizer you are going to make.
Then add 3/4 of isopropyl alcohol to the mixture and mix with a spoon little by little.
It has to be a uniform liquid to avoid it to be too watery.
If as you are mixing you notice that it is getting too watery, you can add more aloe vera gel. As with the drops of oil, do not add too much to avoid it becoming too smelly and difficult to remove the odor.
Finally, once the hand sanitizer is well mixed, pour it into our dispenser bottle.
To leave everything perfect and ready for your next guests, you can label the hand sanitizer bottles with the name of your Airbnb. This will give a more professional look. Remember that people love details no matter how small they may seem.
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