Just a word of caution. Apologies if you know already.Not even noticed hand sanitiser in my usual supermarket (ASDA) even before the panic buying started. My wife is 65 and has MS and I am officially her carer.I am 73 and fit as a fiddle,no medication whatsoever. So I normally do all the shopping, along with slowly refurbishing the house, hence my joining this forum several years ago. We put an online order for food in to ASDA on 17th March and I think it is supposed to come on 2nd April. It is difficult to order food online you have to weigh up what will go off what you will need in the meantime and I think it is a limited selection. Also online food shopping is not geared up for this crisis.So we have decided to take this order and then I will go to the supermarket as and when. A death to Covid19 of a 90 year old woman whose sole trip out was shopping at Asda prompted me to think of hand sanitiser. I have a litre of HEXAL ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL which I got to clean the insides of my PC. This is 99.9% pure. If I used this to wipe the trolley handle or self scan handset then I risk taking the skin off my hands or setting fire to myself or the whole bloody supermarket! Googled "making your own hand sanitizer and they strongly do not advise you to do it .You mix the alcohol with Aloe Vera to reduce the % down to 60% but you need to be in a laboratory to do this properly. If you get 40% alcohol it is not effective. So I shall just have to wash my hands in the Gents when I go in. I wont be washing my hands in the Gents when I go out or some one could nick my trolley full of food. This is Blackpool after all! Actually I was born here and Iive in a suburb 2 or 3 miles from the town centre and I really would not want to live anywhere else. Some might think this is trivial particularly as there are half a million trying to get Universal Credit and just cannot get through to the DWP. "Just Talk" after all.