Why Fusion Hand Sanitizer

Why Fusion Hand Sanitizer

Kimberly Hartzel

Our products follow strict WHO (World Health Organization) guidelines and are 80%+ Ethanol alcohol based. (Most products on the market are between 60-70% alcohol and are mainly inferior against most viruses) Our hand sanitizers come in two different forms, a liquid which can be used as a spray (which makes cleaning surfaces or applying on hands easy), along with the traditional gel form. Both products are available in both unscented and scented (almond oil) versions.

We're helping small businesses reopen by providing FDA registered 80% Ethyl Alcohol sanitizer for an unbeatable price. We are staying strong with our mission to keep our alcohol percentage at 80% - even in our gel and have successfully eliminated the “stinky” smell. Check out this Forbes article that just came out and you will realize how important it is to buy hand sanitizer with 80% alcohol.

Fusion will never add anything to our FDA approved formula which is also created in an FDA registered facility. We have closely followed the WHO formula and manufacture all of our hand sanitizer in the USA. Please beware of “cheaper” sanitizers – they may help your pocketbook by a few dollars but that will not be worth it. The FDA has listed over 87 potentially toxic hand sanitizers.

Even lowering the alcohol percentage allows other companies to cheapen the product by adding fillers, stay strong at 80% even in Gel whatever sanitizer you purchase so you and your family can be safe.

Some of our clients include:

Athens State University
Holy Cross of Notre Dame College
Indiana Wesleyan University
Marian University
Martin University
Oakland City University
Purdue University Fort Wayne
University of Cincinnati
Wabash College

Clay Community Schools
East Allen County Schools
Highlands Schools
Huntington Community Schools
Kreative Kids Preschool
Lynchburg Clay Elementary
Marc Adams Schools
Medina County Schools
Muncie Community Schools
North Central Schools
North Arlington Schools District
Orange County Schools 
Parkview High Schools

Crossroads Church
First Korean Methodist Church of NY
East Martin Christian Reformed Church
Trinity Presbyterian Church
St. Matthew's Episcopal Church