FAQs

No, Mighty Good Hand Sanitizer is not formulated with methanol. The active ingredient in Mighty Good Hand Sanitizer is ethanol alcohol. Our hand sanitizer is tested to ensure both the alcohol and finished product meets FDA drug product quality requirements.

Ethanol alcohol, also referred to as Ethyl alcohol or grain alcohol is a clear liquid that is a byproduct of plant fermentation. Ethanol alcohol can be found in a wide range of products such as cosmetics, personal, and cleaning.

It is a safe resource for killing microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi and viruses that can be found in many hand sanitizers.

The expiration date is located towards the bottom left of the label on the front of the bottle.

Our Mighty Good Hand Sanitizer shelf life is 2 years.

Mighty Good Hand Sanitizer SANITIZE THOSE HANDS is manufactured in Clinton, Missouri.
Mighty Good Hand Sanitizer should be stored between 15-30c (59-86f)

Avoid freezing and excessive heat above 40c (104F)

Hand sanitizer in general is a gel form of ethanol. While Ethanol kills the germs and bacteria once in contact with the skin, it will then quickly evaporate, sometimes leaving minimal residue. Using an excessive amount of hand sanitizer may increase the chance of residue forming.
A QR code is located on the back of our bottles. You can place your smartphone camera above the code to scan and a link will be provided. The SDS sheet is also accessible on our website.
Our ingredients are listed on the back of the bottle or you can find the listing along with the explanation of each ingredient on our website.

For more information, feedback or to simply speak with someone regarding our hand sanitizer you can email: hello@mightygoodsolutions.com or call: +1 407-307-1925.