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- December 10, 2003 at 5:35 am #250503Guest
Regular soap kills germs. nothing special needs to be done. doesn’t matter if
chicken is involved or cat urine. 🙂 so long as we wash with soap and hot
water, the germs will be gone.antibacterial stuff does more harm than good as it makes the bacteria resistant.
also, antibacterial soap on the skin will kill the “good” as well as the “bad”
and will eventually make it so we are more sucseptable to getting sick.
and even though hp and vinegar are both cheap, regular soap is cheaper and less
time consuming than spraying either. 🙂
what i have learned in all the health classes i have taken that you can use just
regular soap and be confident that what you are washing is clean and germs and
bacteria are neutralized.emily y.
From: Barbara Watkins
Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 10:44 AM
Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Household Warning when Cleaning
I forgot which list I got the info from, but for safer cleaning I’m now
using a sray bottle of plain white vingegar and another of plain hydogen
peroxide for safe germ cleaning in my kitchen. Just spray onto countertops,
dishcloth, etc. The combination of these two together is supposed to kill any
germs.Barbara in Texas
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