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Staying Healthy: Cleaners You Shouldn’t Mix

In an effort to up cleanliness around homes and work spaces, many people have begun to use disinfectants and more to kill germs. However, did you know that you can’t use certain chemicals together? We’re here to tell you what cleaners you shouldn’t mix — plus what you can do to keep your body healthy from the inside out, too! 

Effective Cleaners During COVID-19:

Now more than ever it’s important to prioritize the sanitation and disinfection of your living and work spaces. However, not all cleaners are made equal. Not all will effectively kill the novel coronavirus. The Center for Disease Control details everyday steps to take to effectively clean your spaces. You should be cleaning high-traffic surfaces, like tables, countertops, doorknobs, light switches, handles, phones, keyboards, sinks, and more. Here is how to properly clean and disinfectant according to the CDC:

They also recommend that if you would like to use bleach, you should dilute the bleach if appropriate for the surfaces you’re cleaning. The CDC states that to make a bleach solution, mix 1/3 cup bleach per gallon of room temperature water. This solution will remain able to disinfect for 24 hours. If you don’t have bleach on hand, you can use a 70% alcohol solution. 

Cleaners You Should NEVER Mix

We know that right now you’re probably wanting to clean anything and everything you can, no matter what you have to use to get the job done. However, mixing some chemicals can be fatal if you’re not careful. Some cleaners when combined with one another can create toxic gasses that can not only make you sick, but can sometimes be lethal. Here are cleaners that should never be mixed according to Insider

Stay Healthy with Interventional Pain Associates 

During this pandemic, it’s important to be mindful of your health and wellbeing. From the chemicals you use to clean your home, to the vitamins and supplements to take to help keep your immune system functioning properly, the health of you and your family should be your top priority. If you need help boosting your immune system, call our team at Interventional Pain Associates. We offer many wellness services, like IV therapy, that can help give you the boost you need. To learn more, call us today: (512)-465-2929. 

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