Rubbing Alcohol For Cleaning

I've seen a lot of tips about cleaning items with hand sanitizer. The thrifty alternative is plain old rubbing alcohol. The main (active) ingredient in hand sanitizer is alcohol. If you're using it on food preparation areas, just be sure to rinse afterward. It may not smell as good, but the smell dissipates quickly.

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By Terri Andrade-Oathout from Du Quoin, IL

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September 25, 20110 found this helpful

I like this idea. I even refilled my purse-sized hand sanitizer bottle with plain rubbing alcohol. A bottle of rubbing alcohol costs $0.50 to $0.99 for what, 10 ounces? Each little bottle of hand sanitizer couldn't be more than two ounces and cost the same.
Hubby might not agree with my using rubbing alcohol on our countertops, but I use it other places - like my computer keyboard.

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