Three steps to teach you how to use hydrogen peroxide correctly at home
Since the outbreak of the new crown pneumonia, people’s awareness of disinfection has gradually increased. All kinds of protective equipment were looted, and the sales of protective consumables such as masks increased sharply. The same goes for disinfectant. Various brands of disinfectant with different ingredients come out. Today I want to talk about one of them – hydrogen peroxide.
The main components of hydrogen peroxide are hypochlorous acid and purified water, which have the same functions as the human body. Therefore, hypochlorous acid water is harmless and non-toxic, and is a chlorine-containing disinfectant like 84. Effective against SARS-CoV-2, it is a medical-grade disinfectant, colorless, odorless, non-corrosive, non-irritating, with high anquanity and a wide range of applications. Compared with disinfectant 84, hypochlorous acid does not need to be diluted and is more convenient to use. Next, we will tell you how to properly use hypochlorous water in our home life.
- Disinfect your door
Before going out and going home, everyone needs to carry out a systematic disinfection at home, starting with hands, spraying hands with hypochlorous acid disinfection spray, and then disinfecting masks, coats and even shoes. Even the things you bring home: couriers, snacks, fruits and vegetables, etc. All need to be disinfected with hypochlorous acid spray.
- Disinfection of indoor items
Regularly sanitize some of the things people come into contact with at home, such as furniture, appliances, doorknobs, cutlery, etc. Hydrogen peroxide can be evenly sprayed on the surface of the item, or it can be wiped with a rag soaked. For mobile phones, remote controls and other items, you can spray hydrogen peroxide on a paper towel, and then wipe the mobile phone with the paper towel. When disinfecting floors or cabinets, wipe with clean water to remove surface dirt and dust; moisten the mop with an appropriate amount of hypochlorous acid water, and wipe it again. Hypochlorous acid water also does not require dilution. Compared with 84, it is non-corrosive and will not cause corrosion to floors or certain items.
- Disinfect the bathroom
During the epidemic, the transmission of aerosols through drinking feces caused heated discussions and made people more cautious about disinfection. Especially for some friends who cooperate or live together, the zhongdian area to be disinfected is the toilet. Before using the toilet, wipe and disinfect the toilet seat with hydrogen peroxide, and disinfect all the places that the toilet needs to touch, such as the flush button, toilet lid, etc. After hydrogen peroxide, you can regularly pour some hypochlorous acid water on the floor drain to isolate the possibility of airborne transmission.