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Recall: Hand sanitizer could have toxic chemical

A recall has been issued for a hand sanitizer that may have been sold online and have a toxic chemical.

The product was sold online throughout the United States.

According to the FDA, the sanitizer may contain methanol. The recalls were issued between June of 2020 and October of 2021.

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While this sort of product usually has ethanol, which kills germs and is fine for skin, methanol could be created instead of ethanol if it isn’t created properly.

Methanol can be absorbed by human skin or through inhalation, ingestion, or eye contact.

The voluntary recall was issued by Adam’s Polishes, LLC and the FDA published it on Monday.

4 ounce, 8 ounce, and 16 ounce sprays have been impacted as well as the one gallon jugs of hand sanitizer.


According to My Twin Tiers, the following lot numbers are impacted

  • 133470
  • 133475
  • 133480
  • 137732
  • 133471
  • 133476
  • 133481
  • 137733
  • 133472
  • 133477
  • 133482
  • 137734
  • 133473
  • 133478
  • 133483
  • 139322
  • 133474
  • 133479
  • 137731
  • 143327

If you have the product, you should immediately dispose of it and stop using it. You can email [email protected] with any issues or questions. You may also ask for credit.

You can call 720-812-3460 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to talk to Adam’s Polishes as well.

If you’re worried about your health, contact your doctor.

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