Can Washing Kitchen Equipment With Bayclin?
Mlm. I want it. I wash the tuperwer using bayclin. After cleaning, I refill the tuperwer with boiled water. When I drink the water in the tuperwer, it feels like a mat.
Hello Mrs. Ipah Suherni, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com. Basically, the content in pirig washer and bleach clothes have been set in such a way for their respective purposes. So the actual use must be in accordance with the instructions for use that are usually already listed on the packaging. The main chemical content in clothing bleach is chlorine, which is usually also contained in paper making, antiseptics, insecticides, clothing dyes, etc.
In washing dishes or other kitchen utensils, what is undesirable is the residue of the cleanser / soap that is still attached to the kitchen appliance, and this is an event that is certainly not wanted by anyone. Because residues that are still attached to this can contaminate the food or drinks we consume, in other words our drinks or foods also contain chlorine in them. Even though you have made sure that you wash properly, the possibility of residue still remaining in kitchen utensils and cutlery is still possible, so it is better not to use bleach to wash your kitchen utensils and cutlery. The use of dishwashing soap does not guarantee the residual residue on washed dishes and kitchen utensils, only the substances present in dishwashing soap have the potential to be environmentally friendly and still safe if accidentally ingested along with food or drink, during the use of soap dishwasher within reasonable limits.
Several reports on the effects of chlorine which are exposed to the body repeatedly can cause disruption to the body's health, including such as a decrease in the immune system, a disturbance in the respiratory system, interference with blood circulation, interference with the heart, the risk of cancer in the future. For this reason, we advise you not to use bleach to clean kitchenware and cutlery in your home. Because prevention is certainly better not, rather than cure. Hope it is useful, thank you.