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If you have questions about ordering antiviral isopropyl alcohol disinfectants (isopropanol) and Rubbing Alcohol in bulk online here at or would like to place a wholesale order, call 512-668-9918 or email to talk with a Isopropyl Alcohol Specialist. Isopropyl Alcohol and Rubbing Alcohol are shipped to customers in the United States by UPS. Prices for isopropyl alcohol are current as of 07/03/20.

Isopropyl Alcohol is an isomer of propyl alcohol with antibacterial properties. Although the exact mechanism of isopropanol's disinfecting action is not known, it might kill cells by denaturing cell proteins and DNA, interfering with cellular metabolism, and dissolving cell lipo-protein membranes. Isopropanol is used in soaps and lotions as an antiseptic. It is a colorless liquid having disinfectant properties. Topically, it is used as an antiseptic.

Isopropyl alcohol, also known as isopropanol, is a colorless, volatile and flammable liquid. It has a chemical formula of C3H8O: it has three carbon (C) atoms, eight hydrogen (H) atoms and one oxygen (O) atom.

Isopropyl alcohol (isopropanol, 2-propanol, propan-2-ol) is commonly used as a disinfectant, hand sanitizer, antifreeze, and solvent, and typically comprises 70 percent of "rubbing alcohol." People ingest isopropyl alcohol either unintentionally or intentionally to become intoxicated (ie, ethanol substitute) or to harm themselves. Isopropyl alcohol functions primarily as a central nervous system (CNS) inebriant and depressant, and its toxicity and treatment resemble that of ethanol.

Isopropyl alcohol, often called IPA or isopropanol, is similar in function and structure to ethanol. It evaporates at a similar rate and destroys bacterial and viral cells by the same mechanism. However, it is not as effective at dehydrating living tissue and so is a better solution for disinfecting skin than ethanol.

[8/12/2020] FDA is warning consumers and health care professionals about certain hand sanitizer products, including those manufactured by Harmonic Nature S de RL de MI in Mexico, that are labeled to contain ethanol or isopropyl alcohol but have tested positive for 1-propanol contamination. 1-propanol, not to be confused with 2-propanol/isopropanol/isopropyl alcohol, is not an acceptable ingredient for hand sanitizer products marketed in the United States and can be toxic and life-threatening when ingested. The agency urges consumers not to use these 1-propanol-contaminated products and has expanded its do-not-use list of hand sanitizers at to include hand sanitizers that are or may be contaminated with 1-propanol, in addition to other hand sanitizers the agency is urging consumers not to use.

The CDC recommends choosing a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent ethyl or isopropanol alcohol and avoiding products that contain less than 60 percent. Both types of alcohol can kill bacteria, viruses, and other germs that can make you sick.

Isopropyl alcohol (IPA), also known as isopropanol, is a colourless, flammable substance found in most homes, healthcare settings, offices, school, labs and more. Often used as a disinfectant and cleaning solution, isopropyl alcohol is a commonly found ingredient in rubbing alcohol, alcohol swabs and hand sanitizer, and has a wide variety of applications across industries.

Compared to other cleaning agents, Isopropanol, also called isopropyl alcohol or IPA, has the clear advantage of not only cleaning but also disinfecting surfaces and is, therefore, one of the most effective agents you can use to clean for example in your household. If you want to save yourself time with scrubbing and inaccurate results, IPA is just the right thing for you. Isopropyl Alcohol can be used in a number of different disciplines, including to clean screens or remove annoying stickers that would otherwise leave unpleasant sticky marks. As you can see here, isopropanol is suitabl


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