04 April 2020

Bangchak Starts Selling Alcohol Spray in Provinces from April 10 Onward in Support of Thais’ Fight against COVID-19

Bangchak Corporation Public Company Limited continues selling alcohol spray at a special price in support of Thais’ battle against COVID-19. After its launch to the Bangkok market on April 6, this disinfectant product has received very good response. Bangchak therefore has decided to expand its distribution. Alcohol spray will now be sold in Bangkok’s adjacent provinces (Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani and Samut Prakan) from April 10. For other Central provinces, distribution will begin on April 20. For the North, the Northeast and the South, distribution will start on April 30. This alcohol spray will be available from 8am and its distribution will continue while stock lasts at participating Bangchak service stations. You can check the list of participating stations and distribution dates via or or Bangchak’s call center 1651.

Via Bangchak’s arrangement, the distribution will offer a 500ML alcohol-spray bottle at a special price of Bt50 only. Such alcohol spray will be distributed via about 1,150 Bangchak service stations across Thailand. Buyers do not need to fill their tank or buy any other service/product from the stations. However, each buyer is allowed to buy just one bottle of this alcohol spray. The distribution spot of the alcohol spray is the area in front of the office of each participating service station. In events that there are many buyers at the spot, buyers must form a line and stand at least one meter apart from others.

This alcohol spray is a medical-grade alcohol. Moisturizing and fragrant, it is entirely free from the type of alcohol used in fuel production. With 70-per-cent alcohol content, this alcohol spray is an efficient disinfectant. Users can sanitize their hand with the spray without the need to rinse it off. The product can also be used to clean surfaces, as it can kill 99.99% of bacteria. Manufactured by Bangchak’s business partner, this alcohol spray meets the Food and Drug Administration’s standards.