How many "sprays" are in an average disinfectant spray bottle?
Based on our own experience of spraying using spray bottles of various designs, we find that an average "spray" consists of 0.85 ml of liquid dispensed. At that measurement, an average 16 oz spray bottle will contain approximately 514 "sprays".
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Where do I buy alcohol to make my own sanitizer or disinfectant?
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