Sanitizer

Sanitizer,

Definition of Sanitizer:

  1. A type of antimicrobial agent that kills or permanently kills at least 99.9 of all bacteria, fungi and viruses (known as microbes, microbiological microorganisms) on the surface (as defined by EPA). Disables. Most antibiotics are based on toxic chemicals, such as chlorine, iodine, phenol, or quaternary ammonium compounds, which (unlike some antiseptics) can never be taken internally. See also disinfectants and disinfectants.

  2. Substances made something clean and hygienic.

How to use Sanitizer in a sentence?

  1. You should always disinfect when dealing with hazardous waste from your factory or warehouse.
  2. Restaurants always prepare disinfectants near areas where cooks touch raw meat to make sure their hands are always clean.
  3. Brad explained to the director that it is very beneficial for the team to disinfect all the offices, as they do not have to go out of the office to wash their hands.

Meaning of Sanitizer & Sanitizer Definition