antibacterial

Avoid These Disinfectant Wipe Mistakes

Disinfecting wipes are a great way to keep your home germ free, but if you are using them the wrong way, you could be sabotaging your cleaning process
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Antibacterial Soap vs Regular Soap

In a world or coronavirus, it is tempting to reach for what appears to be the strongest possible cleaning product available. That might lead you to wonder if you need to be washing your hands with soap that specifically says “antibacterial.”
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Avoid Using Disinfectant Wipes On These Items

There are lots of potentially surprising things that you shouldn’t use antibacteria/disinfectant wipes to clean.
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Is It Okay To Use Hand Soap To Wash Dishes?

At one time or another you've had to improvise in the kitchen. Dirty dishes have piled up and you have run out of dish soap. So you give your hand soap bottle a couple of pumps into a sponge and get to scrubbing. But is hand soap effective and more importantly safe for washing dishes? Soap is soap...
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How Can Triclosan Be Banned In Hand Soap But Not In Toothpaste?

Last week the FDA issued a ban on the chemical, triclosan in antibacterial soaps, saying there was no scientific evidence that it was any better "at preventing illness than washing with plain soap and water." Perhaps more worrisome was that the long-term use of the soap, the agency said in a...
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