Use squirt bottle to lather surfaces to clean and sanitise
Great for removing makeup, cleaning brushes and fixing broken compacts

RUBBING ALCOHOL ANTISEPTIC

Isocol Rubbing Alcohol is an effective antiseptic, cleanser and freshener all in one bottle. With so many uses for your everyday life, it’s a useful product for Australian households. The active ingredient Isopropyl Alcohol is an antiseptic that evaporates quickly and leaves a fresh subtle fragrance and a tingling fresh feeling on the skin.

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  • Cleaners Galore!
    • All-purpose de-greaser – Pour some Isocol™ onto a cloth and wipe down greasy stove tops, vents and teapot.  No need to rinse afterwards because the Isocol dries almost immediately.
    • Electronics surface cleaner – Laptops, computers, and especially your cell phones, are breeding grounds for germs and bacteria. They all should be disinfected regularly. Dab some Isocol™ on a cotton ball and use it to clean the surface of your cell phones, keyboards and mouse.
    • Clean blinds – Isocol™ does a terrific job of cleaning the slats of your blinds. Wrap a flat tool in cloth and secure with a rubber band. Dip in alcohol and get to work.
    • Stainless steel cleaner – It’s a great way to remove fingerprints and smudges, and it dries to a streak-free shine.
    • Carpet – To remove greasy stains, apply Isocol™ to a rag and lightly rub the stain. To be safe, try on an inconspicuous part of the carpet first.
    • Removing stickers – To remove stickers without leaving the sticky glue behind, pour some Isocol™ on it and let it sit for 10 minutes. Isocol is a dissolvent and stickers will peel off easily.
    • Clean (and shine) fixtures – To remove residue and bring shine back to lamps, candles, faucets, doorknobs, etc., pour some Isocol™ onto a soft, absorbent cloth and buff to a shine. No need to rinse — the alcohol just evaporates.
    • Granite cleaner – Vinegar and other acidic cleaners corrode granite, so use alcohol instead! 1/4 cup Isocol™, 3 drops of dish detergent, 1 cup water, and a couple drops of essential oil, and you’ve got yourself a great DIY granite countertop cleaner..
    • Window cleaner – To make your own, mix 1/4 cup Isocol™, 2 tablespoons ammonia, 3 1/2 cups water and a drop of dish soap.
  • Health and Beauty
    • Makeup Brushes – To sanitise your brushes, soak them in Isocol™ Rubbing Alcohol for 30 minutes and allow them to air dry. Repeat every month.
    • Prevent sweat stains – Sweat stains are often found on shirt collars (ring around the collar), armpits, inner elbows and knees. To prevent these stains, wipe skin with Isocol™ before dressing. It works like a natural antiperspirant.
    • Make a shapeable ice pack – Mix 1 part Isocol™ with 3 parts water in a plastic zipper bag. The Isocol™ prevents the bag from freezing solid.
    • Hairspray remover – If your bathroom mirror and countertops get covered with hairspray, like mine do, a quick wipe with some Isocol™ will remove it and leave them sparkling clean.
    • Hand Sanitizer – Isocol™ kills 99% of germs on skin, clean hands without water
    • Cold Sores – To help kill germs and dry up stubborn cold sores, dab a cotton ball soaked in Isocol™ on it.
    • Odor removal – Applying Isocol™ to your hands after after chopping onions or garlic will remove the odor just like a sanitiser.
    • Aftershave – Use Isocol™ Rubbing Alcohol as an aftershave, body rub and cleanser.
    • Waxing –  Isocol™ kills germs when used before or after treatment, great for ingrown hairs too.
    • Cleaning combs and brushes – Sanitise your hair brushes by soaking them in Isocol™ Rubbing Alcohol, its great for cleaning makeup equipment too.
    • Removing hair colour – Apply some Isocol™ Rubbing Alcohol to a cotton ball to remove hair colour from your scalp and hairline.
    • Makeup remover – Apply Isocol™ to a cotton pad and apply to your face as a makeup remover. It’s great for cleaning your face before a beauty treatment and makeup application too.
    • Ear piercing – Dab Isocol™ on a cotton tip and use to sanitise your newly pierced ear.
  • Around the House
    • Get rid of fruit flies – The next time you see fruit flies hovering in the kitchen, fill a fine-misting spray bottle with Isocol™ and spray the suckers. The alcohol knocks them out so you can sweep them up and out of the house
    • Dust mites and bed bugs – To kill, spray a light mist of Isocol™ on bed, allow to dry and vacuum.
    • Air freshener – To make your own custom air freshener, mix 1 cup Isocol™ with 10-15 drops of an essential oil of your choice.
    • Stinky shoes – To remove odors, spray the inside of shoes with Isocol and place in a sunny spot to dry.
    • Shoe stretcher – Isocol™ can help you increase your shoe size. Apply a thin coating on your shoes and inside the soles and let them work the magic.
    • Disinfecting eyeglasses – Use Isocol™ to disinfect and clean your glasses. Eyes are very sensitive and can easily catch an infection from dirty glasses.
    • Tick removal – Ticks hate alcohol and will immediately loosen their grip from the skin. Before pulling a tick off Fido, dab the critter with Isocol™ to make it loosen its grip. Then grab the tick as close to the dog’s skin as you can and pull it straight out. Dab again with alcohol to disinfect the wound. This works on people too.
    • Removing stickers – Remove sticky residue left behind from price tags, band aids and stickers. Soak the area for a few minutes, and wipe clean.
    • Gardeners friend – Isocol™ can be used to clean garden tools that have been used to remove dead, diseased and rotting plants. First clean off the tools with soap and water and then let soak in Isocol for about a minute. Wipe the tools with a clean rag that has also been soaked in Isocol.
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    • Directions for use – Apply Anti-Bacterial Solution to the skin and leave for 15 seconds.
      Use squirt bottle to lather surfaces to clean and sanitise