- First aid antiseptic 70 percent isopropyl alcohol
- 16-ounces bottle
- To decrease germs in minor cuts and scrapes
- Clean the affected area
- Apply a small amount of this product on the affected area 1 to 3 times daily
- Contents inside box may be substituted with equivalent products in different brand names
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Swan by First Aid Only 12-600 First Aid Antiseptic 70% Isopropyl Alcohol, 16 Ounces
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|Number of Items||1|
|Brand Name||First Aid Only|
|EAN||0308691156106 , 0738743126007|
|Item Weight||1.0 pounds|
|Material||Plastic , Plastic , Plastic , Plastic , Plastic , Plastic , Plastic , Plastic , Plastic , Plastic|
|UPC||738743126007 , 308691156106|
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Here is my recipe and a quote that explains why 70% is better than 99%
"There are two important things to remember here. First, look for a bottle that uses 70 percent isopropyl alcohol (IPA) and not one that says 99 percent. Water is what’s going to cause the chalk to dissolve, while the alcohol allows it to evaporate. Thus you’ll want more water in your rubbing alcohol than what a 99 percent solution provides. You’ll use less overall if you go with the 70 percent, and it’s cheaper. "
- One cube of chalk
-Half a cup or so of the alcohol depending on the size of the chalk bar
Crush the chalk up to a fine powder
Pour in this alcohol and stir till it is a fine paste but not slushy.
Put in a air tight container and your good to go