87 different hand sanitizers have been recalled - many of which have been sold at the big box stores including Walmart, Target, Costco, BJ’s, and the like.
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The list of recalled hand sanitizers has grown steadily in recent months as demand for this essential product has ridden due to coronavirus concerns.
The 87 and counting have been recalled for testing positive for methanol, which is a type of alcohol that can be toxic when absorbed into the skin. Frequent use of methanol-based sanitizers can lead to a variety of negative and potentially serious effects including blurred vision, blindness, vomiting, nausea, coma, and even death.
Most of the recalled sanitizers are labeled “Made in Mexico” with varying expiration dates. Some of the products we sold in such major stores as Walmart, Costco, Target, and BJs. Unfortunately, many of them did not actually list methanol as an ingredient, meaning consumers had no way to know they were made with such a dangerous chemical.
Now more than ever families, teachers, and professionals need sanitizers they can trust. The DFA and CDC recommend using sanitizers that contain ethanol or isopropyl alcohol. At Sunline, we have a variety of safe options for you to choose from, including gel sanitizers and liquid sanitizers, as well as EPA registered disinfectants. We also have 1 oz gallon pumps in stock!
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List of recalled sanitizers as of 7/27/2020: https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/health/a33217666/fda-recalls-hand-sanitizers-coronavirus/