We know at the minute everyone is going crazy about hygiene and are trying to stop the Corona Virus spreading around the world. We can try to protect ourselves by taking some proactive actions when it comes to germs.

There is a big shortage of hand gels and sanitisers because hand sanitisers can kill 99.9% of bacteria so if you touch something that is infected by coronavirus. The hand sanitiser can more than likely to kill the germs on your hands.

Hand Sanitiser

We can protect ourselves by taking some vital action. People are staying at home and isolating themselves from others if they have symptoms or came from an affected area to stop the spreading of the disease. Keep your hands clean when you have been in public places, especially before eating! You probably wash your hands after using the bathroom, before preparing or eating food anyway.

But what if you don’t have available access to wash your hands because you’re on a bus or on a long hike?

This is where caring a hand sanitiser can be essentinal to you. We have found 14 weird uses for hand sanitiser and hand gels. When we aren’t stressing about corona virus, winter bugs and flus there are some other weird uses for printed hand sanitisers and promotional hand gels.

We love branded merchandise that is truly useful on a daily basis – check out these weird and wonderful ideas for promotional hand sanitisers and hand gels!

But we advise trying these out on a small area first!

  1. Shine up your phone screen and get rid of makeup residue with a blob of hand gel and a magic microfibre cloth. No doubt your mobile phone could do with a quick disinfecting too
  2. Clean your glasses or sunglasses – Hand sanitiser gels can even remove sticky hairspray off your glasses
  3. Dab it on a spot - The alcohol in hand sanitisers work a treat (be careful it may sting though)
  4. Erase “permanent” markers from whiteboards, clothing, and walls.
  5. Get rid of paint stains from surfaces
  6. Remove sticky glue residue from labels
  7. Stop mosquito bites from itching
  8. Disinfect your makeup brushes rub a little hand sanitizer in the bristles and allow them to air dry.
  9. Emergency deodorant wipe it on and let it dry – once again be careful as this may really sting!
  10. Clean car mirrors and windows with hand gels
  11. Disinfect minor wounds 
  12. Clean the stains and spills on highchairs and car seats
  13. Pre-treat greasy stains before washing clothes
  14. Get rid of greasy fingerprints off stainless steel

Overall branded hand sanitisers have always been a promotional merchandise best seller even before corona virus.

They are Ideal for settings such as Colleges, Universities, Sports and Fan Merchandise, Airports and Public transport, Shopping and Travelling.

Corona Virus hysteria has depleted all hand sanitiser stocks for now and we are working hard to renew stock but on the flip side the Extravaganza Team have been road testing homemade hand sanitiser!

It can kill germs naturally, save some money and hopefully keep us protected on our travels, without worrying about running out.

Here’s how...


  • 5 drops lemon essential oil
  • 5 drops lavender essential oil
  • 20 drops tea tree essentional oil
  • 1 tablespoon witch hazel
  • 1/4 cup pure aleo vera gel


Mix in a large bowl and place into a clean pump bottle. 

(You can use this homemade hand sanitiser for up to a year).

When you’re ill you need to be extra careful of your hygiene because you want it to get rid of quick right? And you don’t want anyone to catch it.

  • Be prepared when you’re ill - take tissues with you everywhere.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you sneeze or cough.
  • Then dispose of it instantly.

These pop-up wet wipes are so different to any normal wet wipe. With these ‘one and done wet wipes you won’t ever have to worry abut the wipes drying out or attracting bacteria with the unique no-leak design.

These are great for when you’re on the go. As an emergency you can just pop the wipe and wipe your hands clean.

A great, fun way to allow messy children to stay clean and getting rid of the nasty bacteria.

Product carton is also recyclable.

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