Cheap, great quality, excellent designed container, wonderful to use for so many purposes. I can use my Walgreens card to earn points on my regular items like rubbing alcohol. Sometimes use it when my face is super oily and it works well.
I use this for a lot of stuff. Cleaning earrings, (i have oily skin) so i use this as a toner when i run out, clean cuts (burns like crazy, but ya gotta do what ya gotta do). I could go on and on. Plus is way cheap!
This is great and cheap! I always have this stocked in my house and I use it in so many ways. Walgreens is great at pricing their items at a low and fair price. I will keep on buying this isopropyl alcohol.
It does the job from rubbing on my earlobes before and after I put earrings in, to cleaning my make up brushes and disinfecting them. Kills germs, prevents infection on my ear lobes, I always have it in my house, even stops mosquito bites from itching!
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You can always find a use for Isopropyl Alcohol and Walgreens brand is just as good as any other brand. I buy multiple bottles of this because you just never know what you will need it for. I use it to clean wounds, disinfect, get sticky stuff off of products that residue is left from stickers, etc. It is really good for alot of things around the house as well as beauty.
This is a household product. This product is good antibacterial. You can purchase it at all drug stores. I've been using this for years. It's good for cuts and wounds. I recommend very one having isopropyl alcohol in their first aid kit.
Multiple disinfecting uses. I use it to disinfect painful wounds, disinfecting nonporous surfaces at home, my girlfriend spritzes a little on her makeup to clean it, and i mix a alcohol and soap to clean my mirrors as well.
My dad taught me to always have some rubbing alcohol on hand to clean cuts and scrapes. As a very active person, who loves the outdoors, I often get various cuts and scrapes while hiking. Using this helps clean me up and keep me healthy.
Depending on what cleaning you are doing...this will determine if you need to dilute it or not. For small and quick disinfection I would apply it straight with a paper towel. If trying to clean larger surfaces maybe use a combo of white vinegar, water, and essential oil (a few drops for scent) instead.
The 91% is much stronger than say 50% or even 70%. This can be used for all the same things as the others but is strong enough to disinfect possibly worse or bigger wounds, can be used to dissolve edges in special effects makeup, mix alcohol based paints, or even fight/kill insects such as bedbugs, fleas, ticks... Or cleaning out animal cages (please always let air out and evaporate fully before replacing bedding or pets!)
It is also a little higher powered if you like to mix your own cleaning products and things of that nature, and keeping medical areas, body modification spaces, nail salons, daycares and any other place that most be kept as sanitary as possible at all times