Rubbing Alcohol Recipes: Effective Recipes for a Germ-Free House
If you have been busy stocking cleaning products then I wouldn’t be surprised. If “hinching” is the only thing on your mind right now then don’t worry, you are fine!
Trust me, I’ve been there and done that. Owing to the fear of virus mounting every passing hour, we have been reduced to obsessive, compulsive cleaners. And with aggressive advertising at its peak, it’s easy to fall for gimmicks that claim to kill all the viruses and germs in your house!
But don’t panic! You don’t need expensive cleaners containing harsh chemicals to save yourself and your family from the virus. All you need is some good old rubbing alcohol!
As we know, scores of people are turning to quarantine and self-isolation to stay safe. Most of you reading this are comfortably nestled in your homes and just a sponge away from scrubbing down your entire house!
From kitchen counters to tables to toys, commonly touched surfaces can harbor a lot of germs. And although these germs may or may not be as lurid as the novel virus, they can cause infections.
To clean these surfaces effectively and disinfect the house, it is important to use cleaners that are designed for the cause. Commercial cleaners can be expensive and not always do a good job. Instead, turning to home-made cleaners can help you maintain a clean house and save money.
To help you get started, this book offers 30 rubbing alcohol recipes that can be made with a few basic ingredients. Rubbing alcohol is a powerful antimicrobial and can be safely used to keep your house clean.