At Lark Distilling Co. we are proud to be Tasmanians helping in the fight against Covid-19.
Our hand sanitiser is high strength Medical Grade and contains 80% ethanol, which means unlike many others, it’s suitable for use in health and medical services. This has allowed us to provide sanitiser to hospitals, ambulance services and paramedics, and now that same level of protection is available to you at home. Made to exact World Health Organisation specifications, it’s perfect for keeping your hands clean at home, at work and on the go.
Maximum 4 bottles per order. Available in 500ml online, or 275ml, 500ml and 5L locally. Contact email@example.com for more info.
Ingredients: Ethanol 80% v/v, water, glycerol and hydrogen peroxide.
Our sanitiser contains 80% ethanol and is made to World Health Organisation specifications, which means it’s suitable for both medical services and in a home environment. This has allowed us to provide sanitiser to hospitals, ambulance services and paramedics, and now that same level of protection is available to you at home.
When you purchase our Lark Distilling Co. Hand Sanitiser you’re not just keeping yourself safe—you’re also helping to keep hard-working Tasmanians employed. Sanitiser production has allowed us to redeploy our hardworking casual hospitality staff, so as long as we can continue making people safe, we can also keep our people employed.
Large format sanitiser is also available in 5-litre containers for local delivery.
To place a bulk order for 5-litre containers, or smaller format bottles in a range of sizes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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