You may have trouble getting some of these items, with everyone trying to get their hands on hand sanitizer (pre made or home made). If by chance you are lucky enough to find rubbing alcohol of 70% or more or have some in your home already, this DIY is for you.
Now, why do I say 70% or greater for alcohol? The CDC recommends hand sanitizer to have at least 60% alcohol to be an effective germ killer. Also, it is recommended to add hydrogen peroxide to kill additional germs that the rubbing alcohol may have missed.
original article from simplyathome.com