The corona virus, which originated in China and Italy, has wreaked havoc around the world. Since the spread of the corona virus, experts have been urging the use of sanitizers and gloves.
But one thing that should not be overlooked is that the sanitizer contains a significant amount of alcohol, which increases the risk of fire if kept in a car during extreme heat.
Sanitizers and gloves catch fire very quickly, and can catch fire if left in the sun or left in the car during hot weather.
If sanitizers are kept in the car at high temperatures or in the hot sun, an explosion can occur, which can lead to a fire.
According to health and environmentalist Jude Madard, sanitizers contain up to 70% ethanol, a flammable substance. Ethanol begins to boil at very low temperatures. Ethanol vapor in a hand sanitizer bottle creates a great deal of pressure in the summer, which can be dangerous if several barbel bottles explode. That is why these sanitizers must be kept in a well-ventilated and cool place.