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Antibacterial spray for sensitive skin

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cjbk1 Sat 10-Nov-12 08:09:00

just that really; there's no way iv got time to use gloves every time but we'v got a tiny baby(plus 2 at school) so need to use antibacterial spray, iv got sensitive clothes washing liquid and washing up liquid but can't find antibacterial spray.any help please?x

SHRIIIEEEKPoolingBearBlood Sat 10-Nov-12 08:11:03

Do you mean antibacterial hand gel? Is washing your hands not an option?
Or do you mean surface spray?

cjbk1 Sat 10-Nov-12 08:26:33

I mean surface spray.i do of course wash my hands when necessary even tho it makes them sore X

PurplePidjin Sat 10-Nov-12 08:26:58

I've been killing two birds with one stone as it were and using one sterilising tablet dissolved in a 500ml squirty bottle for cleaning surfaces. If it's good enough for baby bottles, it should deal with cat paw prints, right? grin

CarpeJugulum Sat 10-Nov-12 08:32:49

E-cloths may be your friend here.

I used these throughout the day, and then just a proper Dettol spray and clean at the end of the day using gloves.

reastie Sat 10-Nov-12 21:10:20

I buy disposable gloves like these ones as they are ten times quicker to get on and off than regular marigolds. I'll either throw them after use and use another pair next time or take them off ready to use again at the next need. I have super sensitive hands too and even gentle sprays I find the action of having damp hands from cleaning the surfaces/rinsing out the cloth makes my hands worse.

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