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Sanitizer Demand Sparks Creativity: Compressed-Air Spray, ‘Shield’ Formula, Single-Use Convenience

Executive Summary

COVID-19 drives hand sanitizer innovation as firms look to solve typical problems such as short microbe-kill treatment periods or risk of infection from sharing sanitizer bottles. Among launches, Breathe aerosol hand sanitizers use compressed air for faster application withouontact, while Disinfectant&Shield claims to kill germs for eight hours.

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