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We do NOT store sensitive or personally identifiable information, such as name, address or credit card details, in our cookies.
The table below shows a list of all of the cookies on https://sanitiseireland.ie/ and how we use them.
This is the cookie we use to know that you are the same person each time you load a page. We use this to save your choices when browsing the site and to add products to your basket or My Favourites account. Without this cookie, none of these features would work.
These are cookies stored for Google Analytics, which allows us to know how many people have been on the site and which pages have been viewed. All data for this is stored anonymously as statistics, so you can’t be identified from a visit.
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The data contained in these advertising cookies is anonymous and does not contain personal information, nor do any of the cookies used on https://sanitiseireland.ie/.
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