Liquid Hand Sanitizer

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SKU: AC_G_HAND_SANITIZER_1GAL Alcohol Hand Sanitizer Liquid Hand Sanitizer PPE STOCK


TIMING: 1-2 days to process/package (weekdays) - then it's up to FedEx Ground

CONSISTENCY: This sanitizer is the liquid formula (water thin) recommended by the CDC/FDA/WHO to address COVID-19.

NO RETURN POLICY: Please note that due to necessary health and safety precautions, all PPE products are final sale.  These items are non-refundable, non-returnable, and non-cancellable.  Shipping and handling is non-refundable. Any shipping delays are fully responsible by shipping courier.

Stay healthy!

Guardian Liquid Hand Sanitizer

We have partnered with Guardian to provide Hand Sanitizer to our customers. Guardian Liquid Hand Sanitizer is the recommended formula by the CDC, FDA & WHO* to address COVID-19 and refill your empty sanitizer bottles.

This sanitizer is made in the USA at an FDA and EPA registered facility.  

Product Info:

  • Guardian Sanitizer is manufactured and distributed by veteran chemical engineering company, The Hanson Group, LLC - a USA-based, FDA and EPA registered facility
  • 80% ethanol formula 
  • Liquid (water consistency) – NOT a gel
  • Refill your spray bottles.  Spray bottles not included.  For size comparison, a Gallon (128 oz) jug refills 32 of your 4-ounce spray bottles
  • Can be used on your hands or surfaces.  You can use a small fine-mist spray bottle or you can refill your sanitizer pump bottles.
  • Regarding Smell: FDA guidelines recommend using 80% ethanol to address COVID-19.  Ethanol smells different than isopropyl sanitizers.  Essential oil has been added but you can always add a drop more to change the smell.
  • Meets FDA approved standard for methanol


  • Domestic ground shipping only.  Cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, or islands.
  • Orders will be shipped as soon as possible, usually within 3 days
  • SDS can be requested via email
  • Please call for bulk orders - Guardian has pails, drums, and totes quantities available. 
  • If you're an industrial customer and need more details on product info (an SDS or FDA registration) visit the Hanson Group site page.

Drug Facts:


Active Ingredients

Ethyl Alcohol 80% v/v....Antiseptic

Inactive Ingredients


Hydrogen Peroxide




Can be used on hands and surfaces.  Hand sanitizer to help reduce bacteria that potentially can cause disease. For use when soap and water are not available.


Place enough product on hands to cover all surfaces. Rub hands together until dry.  Supervise children under 6 years of age when using this product to avoid swallowing.


Flammable. Keep away from heat or flame. Store between 59-86F.  For external use only.

When using this product.

Keep out of eyes, ears, and mouth.  In case of contact with eyes, rinse thoroughly with water

Stop use and ask a doctor if

Irritation and redness persist

Keep out of reach of children

if swallowed, get medical help promptly

Manufacturered in USA By

The Hanson Group, LLC

3044 Adriatic Court

Peachtree Corners, GA 30071

FDA Registered Facility Labeler Code: 75569 


*CDC Disclaimer:

The CDC says that "While the exact role of direct and indirect spread of coronaviruses between people that could be reduced by hand hygiene is unknown at this time, hand hygiene for infection prevention is an important part of the U.S. response to the international emergence of COVID-19.

CDC recommends the use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers with greater than 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol as the preferred form of hand hygiene in healthcare settings, based upon greater access to hand sanitizer. Health care providers who use alcohol-based hand sanitizers as part of their hand hygiene routine can inform patients that they are following CDC guidelines." 

Complete stance here:

*FDA Recommendations for Hand Sanitizer Manufacturers:

Due to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 pandemic, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA or Agency) has received a number of queries concerning compounding of alcohol-based hand sanitizers. The Agency is issuing this guidance to communicate its policy for the temporary compounding of certain alcohol-based hand sanitizer products by pharmacists in State-licensed pharmacies or Federal facilities and registered outsourcing facilities (referred to collectively in this guidance as compounders) for the duration of the public health emergency declared by the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) on January 31, 2020.

In general, FDA’s guidance documents do not establish legally enforceable responsibilities. Instead, guidances describe the Agency’s current thinking on a topic and should be viewed only as recommendations, unless specific regulatory or statutory requirements are cited.

Complete recommendation here (update as of 4/15/20: