How to disinfect hard surfaces in your home, such as countertops, sinks etc. with two natural products
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Prior to disinfecting, wash hard surfaces with hot soap and water to clean the surface of any dirt or debris
Pour hydrogen peroxide into an opaque bottle with a sprayer or put a sprayer on a brown bottle of hydrogen peroxide
Pour white vinegar into a bottle with a sprayer or put a sprayer on a quart bottle of white vinegar
Taking the hydrogen peroxide bottle, completely mist the surface of the area you are working on. Do not wipe
Take the vinegar bottle and mist that over the peroxide
Let this sit 5 minutes and then buff with a paper towel to dry or let dry naturally
By wetting down the hard surfaces, such as countertops in kitchens and bathrooms and other hard surfaces, it will disinfect the area for germs, bacteria and viruses. Do not spray and wipe. It, like all disinfectants, must sit wet on the surface for 5-10 minutes to work.
Warnings & Cautions:
To disinfect, the peroxide and vinegar must sit on the surface 5 minutes keeping it wet, otherwise it will not work. Hydrogen peroxide must be stored in an opaque bottle like the one it comes in. If it is exposed to light and will deteriorate and become water and oxygen.
Why it Works:
Peroxide is a strong safe disinfectant, as is white vinegar. Hydrogen peroxide not only works on bacteria, it also works on viruses such as the coronavirus.
24 - 32 oz spray bottles from the $$ Store have a spray top that will fit on hydrogen peroxide bottles and quart white vinegar bottles making it easy to use. Disinfecting can only take place when the surface remains wet with the disinfecting product for 5 - 10 minutes. When dealing with viruses this is particularly important.
Cleaning Tip Title: DISINFECTING FOR HARD SURFACES