Dishwashing Powder Is Dangerous When Mixed With Disinfectant

- May 27, 2019-

I believe that a lot of friends will add some disinfectant when washing clothes with detergent, so that it can be disinfected. In fact, washing clothes can completely reduce the effect of cleaning and disinfection.

The composition of the washing powder is different, anionic, cationic or non-ionic, as is the disinfectant. If the washing powder and the disinfectant are mixed, it is very easy to generate a neutral reaction, and the respective effects will be weakened. Most of the disinfectant is used to eliminate pathogenic microbial contamination, unless under special conditions, such as red eye disease, onychomycosis, diarrhea, scalp spasm, etc., or women's menstruation, puerperium and infancy, otherwise, there is no need to use disinfectant clothes. Because people have certain resistance, a small amount of non-pathogenic microorganisms will not pose a health threat. After washing and drying the clothes, after sufficient sunlight, the bacteria remaining on the clothes will be self-reliant after reaching a certain time. Perish. The frequent use of disinfectant not only reduces the body's own resistance, but also easily causes liver damage.

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