Can alcohol be used to sanitize your car?

According to most articles recently posted, the answer is no. Alcohol sanitizers or plain rubbing alcohol might be good products for disinfecting household surfaces, but alcohol will damage the material that are used to build the interior of the car.

The solution could be BioLabME OrganicFresh Sanitizer. As a chemical-free sanitizer, it contains nothing that can damage the interior of your car while still creating a protective barrier between you and infections.

BioLabME Misting & Fogging RTU – sanitizers are safe to use for vehicle sanitizing applied via either misting or fogging units that create a fog or mist formed of ULV (Ultra Low Volume) droplets between 5-50 microns (μm) in diameter without moisture buildup.

Studies have shown that droplets of this size are ideal to target pathogens and safe to use on all surfaces and will not damage any equipment (including electronic equipment), fabrics, upholstery, wallpaper, wood, or counter surfaces. It’s fast and easy and can provide residual protection against harmful pathogens for up to 72h.

Ultra-Low Volume fogging is a well-established method of efficiently and effectively dispersing the sanitizer over a large area to ensure complete coverage of the surface to be sanitized while economizing the amount of sanitizer required.

Note: Please ensure that any application is done with the correct equipment and always use a specialist company.

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