|Wow, classic comment E Wells. Myself, I was more consumed with wondering about the timing of France changing a certain drug from over the counter to prescription only on 13th Jan this year (https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/jo_pdf.do?id=JORFTEXT000041400024), before a certain bug became famous, and before Professor Raoult proved it had some efficacy (https://www.mediterranee-infection.com/covid-19/) against a certain problem... strange timing indeed... cough, G*ilead , cough... but it's been a strange year indeed!
Oh we were talking about liquid chalk.. well I guess the alcohol in it should kill the virus so it's like you are hand sanitizing and chalking at the same time. In fact, could you just mix your chalk into a bottle of hand sanitizer for your own bug killing home made liquid chalk? Somebody please try it and let us know. Why are you blowing on your hands?, you don't need to do that.
I can understand the normal chalk aversion. Chalk absorbs your hand sweat, then you wipe it on the holds as you climb, prob not good. But then if you use no chalk, then you just sweat directly onto the holds, so that's even worse. Please somebody make a hand sanitizer chalk mix and give us a report. I'm sure that's the future. Or maybe someone invent some climbing gloves. There's a whole undeveloped market!
But what do I care, I have my own wall which only has my germs on it. I don't even wear shoes to train. He He He.