Control D Alcohol Swabs - 100
Control D Alcohol Swab is designed with a soft, spun lace and non-woven pad saturated with 70% isopropyl alcohol. These are meant for quick antibacterial action and are necessary in cases of insect bites and new blisters.
- 2-ply prep pad.
- Four-layer wrapper.
- Kills bacteria instantly and controls infection.
- It is also used before injection or pricking.
- It acts as first aid for minor cuts.
- Use for cleaning surfaces.
- It leaves no residue.
- Rapid evaporation and quickly absorbed through the skin.
Alcohol swabs are majorly used to prepare the skin before injection or pricking needles for blood samples. Alcohol is used to disinfect the skin and prevent infections caused by bacteria. You may use it to clean hands, disinfect objects and even treat minor cuts.
How to Use
- Your hands must be clean before using alcohol swabs.
- Rub it gently on the affected area.
- Airtight sealing after use prevents leakage and drying.
- For external antiseptic use.
- For one-time use only.
- Read the label carefully before use.
- Keep it out of the reach of children.
- Store it in a cool and dry place.
- Should be protected from direct sunlight.
- Dispose of properly after use.
- It is flammable, which is why you must keep it away from fire or flame.
1. Can we use alcohol swabs to clean mobile phones?
Yes, you may use alcohol wipes to clean mobile phones. Gently wipe the exterior surfaces of your phone and it will dry instantly. Wait a while before using your phone again. Avoid getting moisture in any openings and do not submerge your phone in any cleaning agents.
2. Is it safe to use isopropyl alcohol on your skin?
Although rubbing alcohol is technically safe for your skin, it's not intended for long-term use. It may cause redness and dryness. You must do a small patch test before use and remember to rub it on the affected area only.
3. Can I use these anywhere on the body?
Alcohol swabs are meant for external use. You must not let the product get into your eyes, do not apply over large areas of the body and in case of deep or puncture wounds, animal bites or serious burns, it is best to consult a doctor.