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Should new soap with ethyl alcohol be treated as you do ABHR?

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April 29, 2021
 

Q: Our facility is going to a new soap that contains up to 20% ethyl alcohol in it. NFPA sets a max limit of 95% alcohol, but is there a minimum limit, or do we need to treat the new soap the same as other alcohol-based hand rubs (ABHR)?



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