Go Back
Have germs got you down? Check out this easy to make DIY hand sanitizer spray in a pinch. It only takes 2 ingredients that you might already have on hand!
Print

DIY Hand Sanitizer Using 70% Alcohol

Have germs got you down? Check out this easy to make DIY hand sanitizer spray in a pinch. It only takes 2 ingredients that you might already have
Course Health and Beauty
Total Time 10 minutes
Cost 5

Equipment

  • Jar or Bottle with Lid

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Make sure all utensils and instruments are clean and sanitized.
    Measuring out your materials for DIY hand sanitizer.
  • Measure and transfer alcohol and aloe into a bottle or jar with a lid. Screw lid tightly and vigorously shake to fully incorporate.
    Transfer your aloe and alcohol to a small, clean jar or bottle with a lid.
  • If you see chunks in your alcohol mixture, strain using a coffee filter or paper towel. Do NOT squeeze or use a utensil to push the mixture through the filter. Allow the mixture to drip through and filter. Discard filter.
    To strain out any gunk that would gunk up your sprayer strain your solution through a coffee filter or, in a pinch, a clean paper towel.
  • Transfer to a clean spray bottle and mark accordingly.
    Transfer your strained alcohol and aloe mixture into a clean spray bottle.

Notes

This recipe is also available using 91% Isopropyl Alcohol. For that recipe please visit: https://www.dreamalittlebigger.com/sanitizer