The Use Of Floor Cleaning Agents And Clothing To Make Disinfectant Liquids
Hello. I’m Dian can the Vanish and Super Pell brands be used for disinfecting?
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Disinfectants are substances with a function to reduce the number of possible microorganisms that will contaminate objects so that they are used for the process of disinfection of surfaces, air, soft surfaces such as carpets, or clothing. It should be noted and careful that disinfectants are not sprayed directly on the body or mucous surfaces such as the eyes or lips where this can be dangerous to health because it can cause irritation and even poisoning. In connection with disinfecting some of the ingredients recommended by WHO are
5 percent sodium hypochlorite (can be found in clothing bleach), made in a ratio of 1: 100. For example, 1 part bleach for 99 parts cold tap water (1: 100 dilution).
Carbolic oil or pine oil which is usually contained for a floor cleaner is made with 10 bottle caps of floor cleaning fluid diluted with 1 liter of water.
Laurtan alcohol 70%
However, for the use of these ingredients as disinfectants, consider a few of these things, i.e.
The product is compatible with the quantities and should not be too thick or runny
Do not pass the expiry level for the product used
Do not mix with ammonia or other cleaners because there is a risk of reaction and if an explosive chemical is dangerous it can even become a spark or explosion
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