27 questions from our users
i cannot find this anywhere , i buy it on a regular basis but because of the virus it is sold out everywhere .can i purchase direct please? email@example.com
What is the smallest can size available for Glenn 20 the reason I ask is I want something pocket size I can carry around with me that I can use in public toilets as they are a excellent transmission point/ Mizo hub for coronavirus. Of particular interest is being able to sterilise the toilet seat. Sometimes you just gotta go.
Hi I was wondering is any chance you are.going to make your excellent product.in a can that fits in the automatic sprayers.please because the type of cans that do fit in the automatic sprayers.smell nice but don't kill germs.
According to the Glen 20 TV ad Glen 20 kills the common cold virus. If this is so how come we do not have a vaccine derived from your formula?
Good question John, Iused this all the time once but the smell now is not a clean smell but almost toxic, gets up nose and in mouth
There is no one common cold virus, it's a group of many different viruses that cause similar respiratory illness. That's also why the symptoms can vary a lot with one cold having more of a cough, or one being more congestion for example. Due to the mildness of the common cold, the sheer number of different viruses that can cause it, and the great financial cost of developing a vaccine, there's very little incentive for someone to develop such a vaccine even if it was possible to target many kinds of common cold viruses within one vaccine.
That's just why there is no vaccine though, as for you asking why glen 20 isn't used as a vaccine...well, that's rather simple. It can't be a vaccine because that's not what a vaccine is or how it works. Vaccines are attenuated live, or dead bacteria/viruses, or components of them in a formula that stimulates the immune system to recognise the pathogen as foreign and dangerous. That way if you get the real thing, your immune system already knows what to do with it and destroys it before it can multiply in your body and cause illness.
Glen 20 is ethanol. Ethanol and other alcohols kill bacteria and viruses by denaturing them. Cells get torn apart, proteins are destroyed. It's a physical process that happens when the alcohol contacts the pathogen and we've used alcohols to sanitise things for hundreds of years now. Completely different results if you introduce it into the body though, it'd be like trying to use vodka as a treatment for the cold. Might make you feel better about the symptoms in a sense, but it'll do nothing to the virus.
Does glen 20 come in a pump spray? As it's not recommended to take pressure sprays on planes it would be great if a pump spray is available to take on holidays.
ProductReview.com.au has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence our content moderation policies in any way, though ProductReview.com.au may earn commissions for products/services purchased via affiliate links.