Cleaning and disinfection is at an all time high, as many grocery store aisles for household cleaning supplies look empty. With an uptick in the usage of cleaners, it’s important to use them correctly, because they can pose a danger when mishandled. Bleach, one of the most powerful and common household cleaners, can produce dangerously toxic gases if it’s mixed with other cleaners. While disinfectant spray is ideal for cleaning surfaces, don’t get it on your hands, food or pets.
There are some new ways to clean using some household items you may have never even realized! Lifestyle expert Kris Choels showed INSIDE EDITON how you can use lemons to clean your microwave, wood cutting boards and even bathroom faucets.
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Just how clean are your towels and sheets? The results of some tests submitted by Inside Edition may shock you. New York mom Kristi Muccini, who runs a busy household and regularly does laundry, allowed Inside Edition into her home to test the linens, towels, and slippers to gauge their levels of bacteria. Microbiologist Jesse Miller and his team at NSF laboratories in Ann Arbor, Mich., examined the samples from the Muccini household.
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