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It's Nanoed™ 8 Hour Hand Sanitizer+

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1 Spray Lasts All Day


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Testimonials

Best product I have found. I am a Mom of 4, I spray my kids hands before they leave the house for school, I feel safe knowing they are protected from germs all day with 1 spray.  Thanks It’s Nanoed! 

Lacey, MO

My kids suffer from eczema and asthma I cannot use hand sanitizers with alcohol or have them around harsh chemicals. I am happy knowing my kids have the best protection with only safe ingredients. My kids have not had any bad reactions to It’s Nanoed products. I am a repeat customer!

Kim, FL

My Parents have thin sensitive skin and need the extra 8 hours of protection. I only It’s Nanoed Hand Sanitizer+ to prevent them from having skin issues and feel better knowing they have the best protection I can give them. I trust Its Nanoed for myself and my family. 

Sydney, WA

I love the 8 Hour Hand Sanitizer+ for my kids. My son has eczema and cannot use alcohol based hand sanitizer or harsh chemicals. This is the #1 best product on the market.

Natalie B.

It's Nanoed 8 Hour Hand Sanitizer+

1 Spray Lasts All Day! Protects hands from germs for 8 hours. When you spray It’s Nanoed 8 Hour Hand Sanitizer+ on your hands it forms a safe 8 Hour Protective Barrier Glove Shield that continuously kills germs for 8 hours after you apply it once. It keep killing bacteria for 8 hours up to 40 washes and exposure to germs. (image of barrier glove) With our new nano technology formula mechanical spikes exhaust and kill microbes preventing them from attaching, providing long-lasting benefits that are 99.99% effective against most common germs, bacteria and viruses.

With our new nano technology formula mechanical spikes exhaust and kill microbes preventing them from attaching, providing long-lasting benefits that are 99.99% effective against most common germs, bacteria and viruses.

Save money with our 8 Hour Hand Sanitizer+, 1 bottle lasts the average person about 1 month because you are only using it 1-2 times a day, you use less product.

Use 1 time for 8 hours of protection compared to 240 times for 8 hours of protection with other hand sanitizers. may seem like alcohol based hand sanitizer is cheaper but you use a lot more product. In fact 240 more times more product is needed to stay protected from germs with other hand sanitizers. Alcohol based hand sanitizers only last for seconds up to 2 minutes after you apply it? It only kills previous exposure to germs. To keep yourself safe from germs you need to use alcohol based hand sanitizers 240 times a day for 8 hours of protection compare with Its Nanoed Hand Sanitizer you only use 1 time. This alcohol free formula does not dry our your hands, it is safe for you, your family and pets. No harsh chemicals that are toxic. We use a mechanical kill instead of a harsh chemical kill. Watch the video to learn more.

Alcohol based hand sanitizers are very damaging to skin and can cause a lot of side effects like eczema, skin irritation, premature signs of aging on the skin, including cracks, wrinkles, callouses, and flake, asthma and other respiratory conditions, eye irritation with constant and prolonged exposure.

  • Kills 99.9% of germs
  • Trusted by medical professionals
  • FDA Registered
  • Kills bacteria and viruses (including Coronavirus, Norovirus, Cold and Flu)
  • Offers continued protection against recontamination for 8 hours or more
  • Physician tested and approved
  • Amplifies consumer defense against the threat of surface transmissible infections
  • Free of harsh chemicals, gentle on skin and safe for use around people and pets

How to Use:

Spray on hands. Rub in let dry. You are protected for 8 hours. Germs your hand touches will be electrocuted. You can wash your hands without risk of washing off the protective barrier glove. After 8 hours you can reapply. If you reapply more than 8 hours this is unnecessary and redundant, it will not provide you with more protection but it is still safe.

Hand Sanitizer Comparison

Pathogen Efficacy

Has independent research confirmed It’s Nanoed Barrier Technology is effective against a broad spectrum of gram positive and negative bacteria?

Gram Positive Bacteria: Gram Negative Bacteria:  
Corynebacteriumdiptheriae i ii Acinetobacter calcoaceticus 3 4 6 7 Salmonella enteritidis2 3
Diplococcus pneumoniae 13 Aeromonas hydrophilia 4 6 7 Salmonella gallinarum2 3
Micrococcus spiii iv v Citrobacter diversus 4 6 7 Salmonella paratyphi A2 3
Micrococcus lutea 4 vi vii Citrobacter freundi4 6 7 Salmonella schottmuelleri2 3
Mycobacterium smegmatisviii> Enterobacter aerogenes4 6 710 Salmonella typhimurium1 46
Mycobacterium sp13 Enterobacter aglomerans3 45 7 Salmonella typhosa23
Mycobacterium tuberculosis8> Enterobacter cloacae4 6 710/sup> Serratia marcescens 4 6 710
Propionibacterium acnes4> Enterobacter aglomerans (II) 23 Serratia liquifaciens4 6 710
Staphylococcus albus23 Escherichia coli1349 Serratia marcescens4 6 710
Staphylococcus aureus346>9 Klebsiella pneumoniae46>910 Shigella flexnerie Type II23
Staphylococcus citrens23 Klebsiella oxytoca5 5 67 8 Shigella sonnei 23
Staphylococcus epidermidis>346>ix Klebsiella terriena 10> Virbrio cholerae 23
Streptococcus faecalis34610 Nisseria gonorrhoeae23 Xanthomonas campestris 46>10
Streptococcus pyogenes46710 Proteus mirabilis46710  
Streptococcus pneumonia1 Proteus morganii23  
Streptococcus faecalis3610 Proteus vulgaris46710  
Streptococcus mutans46710 Providencia sp.23  
  Pseudomonas23  
  Pseudomonas aeruginosa34610  
  Pseudomonas fragi23  
  Salmonella cholera suis46710  

i Y. Hsiao, Chinese Pat. Appl., PCT/CN98/00207 (1998)

ii William White, Jerry Olderman, "Anitimicrobial Techniques for Medical Nonwovens: A Case Study";Book of Papers, 1984, 12th Annual Nonwovens Tech. Symposium, pp. 13-46. No bacterial adaption {no increased bacterial resistance to Zoonocide) reported.

iiiJames Malek, John Speir, "Method of Reducing the Number of Microorganisms in a Method of Preservation"; U.S. Pat. 4,259,103 (1981)

iv Richard Gettings, William White, "Skin Treatment Method"; U.S. Pat. 4,908,355.(1990)

v Richard Gettings, Benny Triplett, "A New Durable Antimicrobial Finish for Textiles"; Book of Papers, 1978, American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists National Technical Conference, pp. 259- 261. Dow Corning Technical Brochure; 24-095-85 (1985).

vi Lynne Blank, William White, "Antimicrobial Rinse Cycle Additive"; U.S. Pat. 5,145,596 (1992)

vii Bruce Higgs, William White, "Solid Antimicrobial"; U.S. Pat. 5,359,104 (1994). This patent also describes the method of antimicrobial activity

viii J. McGee, J. Malek, W. White, "New Antimicrobial Treatment for Carpet Applications", Am. Dyestuff Rep., 1983, (6), pp.56-59. Dow corning Technical Brochure; 22-994-83 (1983).

ixRichard Gettings, William White, "Opthalmic fluid Dispensing Method"; U.S. Pat. 5,013,459 (1991).

xM. Abbaszadegan, et. al., "Evaluation of Proprietary Treated Zeolite in Point of Use Devices for Removal of Microorganisims", NSF Water Quality Center, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85257; 12/03. W. Peterson & R. Berman, U.S. Pat.Pending, 60/472,429 (7 /2003).

xi I-Fu Tsao, Henry Wang, "Removal and Inactivation of Viruses by a Surface Bonded Quaternary Ammonium Chloride", ACS Synp.Ser.1990, Volume Date 1988, 419, pp. 250-67. Reaction with Lipidophilic Viruses.

xii M. Klein, A. DeForest, "Principles of Viral Inactivation", Disinfection, Sterilization and Preservation. 3'" Ed., S. Block, Ed., (Lea &Febiger, Philadelphia, PA) 1983, pp.422-434.

xiii W. Peterson, D. Giaccio, R. Berman, "Antimicrobial Skin Preparations Containing Organosilane Quaternaries", U. 5. Patent 6,613,755 (9/2/03).

xiv I-Fu Tsao, Henry Wang, Charles Shipman, "Interaction of Infectious Viral Particles with a Quaternary Ammonium Chloride Surface"; Biotechnol. Bioeng, :3_1, (5), pp. 639-46 (1989).

xv Richard Avery, Frederick Martin, Sean Dwyer, "Production of Stable HydrolyzableOrganosilane Solutions"; U.S. Pat. 5,411,585 (1995).

xviRichard Avery, Frederick Martin, Sean Dwyer, Colin Brown, "Production of Stable Hydrolyzable Organosilane Solutions"; U.S. Pat. 5,411,585 (1995).

xvii Third Party Testing; Univ. Iowa, Hygienic Laboratory, (No.27, AIHA,NELAD, USEPA, NVLAP), Iowa City, IA, (2005)

xviii Richard Avery, Frederick Martin, Sean Dwyer, "Production of Stable HydrolyzableOrganosilane Solutions"; U.S. Pat. 5,411,585 (1995).

xix Richard Avery, Frederick Martin, Sean Dwyer, "Production of Stable HydrolyzableOrganosilane Solutions"; U.S. Pat. 5,411,585 (1995).

xx Richard Avery, Frederick Martin, Sean Dwyer, Colin Brown, "Production of Stable Hydrolyzable Organosilane Solutions"; U.S. Pat. 5,411,585 (1995).

xxiLynne Blank, Richard Gettings, William White, "Method of Treating TineaPedis and Related Dermatophytic Infections"; U.S. Pat. 4,865,844 (1989).

i Y. Hsiao, Chinese Pat. Appl., PCT/CN98/00207 (1998)

xxii David Alan Childers, “Antimicrobial Skin Preparation”; U.S. Pat. 8,206,696 B2 (2012).

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