What about do-it-yourself disinfecting, instead of buying ready-made cleansers?

"The virus is relatively simple to kill with a host of materials, but users must follow directions to get the proper concentration of the active ingredient, says Dr. Li, who conducted a risk assessment of ingredients in disinfectants used to kill Covid-19. In addition to soap and water, ethanol, also called ethyl alcohol, tends to be effective and is available in pharmacies and grocery stores, he says. In addition, it evaporates quickly, so it won’t linger in the air or on surfaces. The EPA recommends products with citric acid and hydrogen peroxide as active ingredients, as long as the products are used correctly."

Keep a good supply of natural Uncle Earl's soap handy at your house!

 

https://www.wsj.com/articles/what-are-the-health-risks-of-disinfectants-11606742010

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