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Are You Using The Right Disinfectant Wipes?

Jun 17,2022 / / Author: ShengKui

As the name suggests, disinfectant wipes are made with disinfectant ingredients, such as 75% medical alcohol. Disinfecting wipes containing 75% medical alcohol can kill the new coronavirus. Disinfectants that can kill the new coronavirus also include ether, chlorine-containing disinfectants, peracetic acid, and chloroform, but these disinfectants are usually not used on disinfectants wipes. Therefore, when purchasing disinfectant wipes, you can choose disinfectant wipes containing 75% medical alcohol. Read the instructions carefully before use, and pay attention to the scope of use. If it is indicated that it is only used on the surface of objects, do not use it on the skin such as hands and face. Disinfection of parts.


When it is inconvenient to wash your hands outside, wipe your hands with disinfectant wipes, and wipe the palms, backs of hands, wrists, finger gaps, etc.; and wipe with a certain amount of force to ensure that the disinfectant active ingredients can eliminate the deeply hidden surface of the skin. virus particles. It should be noted that if you use disinfectant wipes too much, the skin of your hands will become dry. If you have the conditions to wash your hands, it is best to wash them thoroughly with water, and not use disinfectant wipes frequently.


In addition, a disinfectant wipe should not be reused. Every new surface should be replaced to avoid spreading some viable bacteria to uncontaminated surfaces. It is recommended to choose individually packaged or small packages of disinfecting wipes. Disinfectant wipes in large packages are used for a long time, and people will repeatedly open the package, which may cause the effective disinfection components in them to volatilize, thereby reducing the sterilization and disinfection effect. Do not directly wipe the eyes, middle ear, and mucous membranes with disinfectant wipes. If symptoms such as skin redness, swelling, and itching occur after use, you should stop using it immediately; those who are allergic to alcohol should avoid contact with alcohol-containing wipes.


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