If you’ve hard a hard time finding hand sanitizer lately, your troubles are about to come to an end. Sanikind, the first of its kind refillable hand sanitizer spritzer, is about to make your life a whole lot easier.

Made from recycled ocean-bound plastic that is sourced by cleanup crews in Haiti, the refillable and reusable hand sanitizer holds enough for 250 sprays! It is WHO, FDA and CDC approved and each one helps eliminate 16 single-use plastic bottles.

Sanikind hand sanitizer is 80 percent alcohol, dries quickly and can be sprayed on any surface for fast sanitizing. When you run out, you can refill with the company’s aluminum bottles, made from 70 percent recycled material.

Right now, the product is in fundraising mode over on Kickstarter, where it has already raised more than nine times its goal! When it launches, you’ll be able to also sign up for a subscription so you’ll never be without hand sanitizer again.

The key-chain sized sanitizing kit also comes with a carabiner for easy carrying. The Kickstart campaign ends Jul. 24.

––Karly Wood

 

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