High-efficiency disinfectant | HCLO | Home Sterilization
|Country of origin
||Hypochlorous acid 0.015%
||It can kill intestinal pathogenic bacteria, pyogenic cocci, pathogenic yeasts, and common bacteria in hospital infections.
|Instructions for use
1. Spray, wipe and disinfect the surface of sprayed objects in working or living environment.
2. Spray or soak soft objects or fabrics with the products.
Our hands touch every day
A lot of "dirty" things that we didn't expect
Many microbiologists have found that cleaning sponges or wipes are the most bacteria-rich items in the household environment. Sponges are often humid and warm, and cleaning sponges in the kitchen will leave many food residues. These conditions are very suitable for bacterial growth. A previous study showed that 75% of sponges are contaminated with E. coli, which means that the cleaning sponges in the household are contaminated by feces. After understanding the real situation of the cleaning sponge, you must wash your hands after washing the dishes. This is the smart choice. In addition, wipes and sponges commonly used for tableware cleaning must be regularly cleaned and sterilized.
However, if you dry your hands with a hand towel that has been hanging around for a long time after washing your hands, then your hands will be washed for nothing. Hand towels are no less dirty than cleaning sponges. This is because they are humid, warm and accompanied by food residues, which are very suitable for the growth of bacteria. A study found that more than 25% of hand towels contain E. coli. Therefore, in order to clean your hands and keep your body healthy, you must wash towels frequently.
When we know that the kitchen and the phone are full of bacteria, we may want to bury our heads in the bed, but have you ever thought about when was the last time you cleaned the sheets and bedding? The sweat left by people when they sleep makes the bed warm and moist, making it the best place for bacteria and fungi to grow.
Do you know that the home shopping basket is a great place to put goods and babies, but it is also a hotbed for nourishing E. coli. When people wander in the store, unwashed hands (possibly grabbing food, raw meat, etc.) will spread bacteria to the handles of the shopping basket, and vice versa, more than half of which are E. coli. According to experts, this is the main cause of food poisoning in children.
This is easy to understand, the doorknob is the place everyone will touch. People who carry pathogenic bacteria in their hands will pass these bacteria to healthy people through their hands. Therefore, door handles that have not been cleaned for a long time are a powerful "transfer point" for the spread of bacteria.
Generally speaking, the toothbrush handle will be placed in the tooth cup, which is convenient for frequent use, but the bacteria contaminated by the brush can easily reach the oral cavity through the toothbrush handle. In addition, the bathroom is a place full of various types of bacteria, so it is easy to get harmful microorganisms on the toothbrush handle every time.
Use MUNDUS hypochlorous acid disinfectant and carry it with you EVERTIME