How I use Antibac 

I get asked about Antibac all of the time, so I thought I’d share how versatile it is. 

Antibac was created by Lee Rieniets, the founder of Rener Health. He wanted to help his clients heal chronic leg ulcers and infected wounds. 

I became a lifelong fan of Antibac when I realised how handy and versatile it was when I was travelling. I also liked knowing that it was pure and free of synthetic chemicals. 

So many great uses 

I’ve been using Antibac for years now. It goes wherever I go and is a part of my everyday life. 

Before I use my toothbrush, I rinse it and give the bristles one spray of Antibac. 

Anything I need to disinfect, like my phone or keyboard, I spray it onto a cloth and then wipe over my appliances. If you share office equipment, it offers protection for everyone. 

If I feel like an earache or sore throat, funky eye, or blocked sinus is going to visit me, I give one light spray in each ear, open my mouth and spray my throat, a light spray to my eyes while blinking, and a spray up my nose as I breathe in. It works for me. It’s also great for cuts and sores and preventing thrush. 

I’ve even used it on my pet’s fungal ear infections – one light spray into his ear, twice a day. 


Antibac is like having your own handy germ guard on hand, especially if people are coughing around you. 

I spray it on family and friends suffering from colds or flu. I visit them with honey, lemons, ginger, and Antibac. 

If you’re travelling on a plane, spray it around your face, head, and the back of your neck several times during a flight. 

I do the same when I’m in enclosed public spaces, especially when colds and flu are rife in the winter months. 

If there are viruses going around, I spray over myself before leaving home. I also give a light spray of it inside my face mask. I use cloth masks. 

How to use Antibac 

Hold the spray bottle about a hand’s length away, and one light spray or two is all you need. 

I hope these tips help. 

All the best,

Tracey Rieniet