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New Goby Labs Hand Sanitizer by Hosa Now Available

Kills 99.99% of all common bacteria

Buena Park, CA, August 2020 — Hosa is pleased to introduce the newest addition to the Goby Labs line of cleaning products, Goby Labs Hand Sanitizer. With safety and sanitation being ever more prevalent in the minds of performers and their audience, Goby Labs Hand Sanitizer is formulated within the FDA’s guidelines to offer protection and peace of mind in a convenient package.

Goby Labs Hand Sanitizer is 80% denatured ethyl alcohol v/v, meeting FDA regulations to protect against viral particles such as COVID-19. Because the solution is alcohol-based, it dries quickly, minimizing wait time before resuming normal performance tasks that would otherwise be delayed with wet hands.

Rather than being a gel, the Goby Labs Hand Sanitizer is a sprayable liquid, allowing the solution to be easily applied on the hands, arms, or common surfaces using the simple spray applicator. Once applied, you only need to distribute the solution by rubbing your hands until it dries.

Like most things in a performer’s life, there is a constant compromise between the size, weight, and space any of their equipment occupies, which is why Goby Labs Hand Sanitizer comes in an easily portable 2oz bottle. These will fit in any size gig bag or road kit alongside other Goby Labs sanitation products, like the Microphone Sanitizer, meaning you never have to find yourself without sanitizer due to the size of the bottle.

“People are understandably anxious about public events and how easily germs can spread”, adds Jose Gonzalez, Hosa’s Director of Marketing & Product Development. “Goby Labs Microphone Sanitizer has already been an established and trusted solution for sanitizing mics for the touring professional, so it seemed natural to pair an effective hand sanitizer alongside it that is easy to apply and convenient to take on the road.”

The New Goby Labs Hand Sanitizer will come in 2oz bottles. Find them at your favorite Hosa authorized reseller.

- Hosa
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