What is the Volume of 1 "Squirt" of Hand Sanitizer?
Based on our own experience of dispensing various amounts, we find that 2 ml is the average amount dispensed in one "squirt". We have found that 2 ml is the right amount to disperse on your hands and provide adequate coverage for the requisite time to allow the sanitizer to kill the germs.
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