HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN DISINFECTANT 🧴TO CLEAN 🧼 YOUR HOMES 🏡 AND KEEP EVERYONE SAFE FROM VIRUSES (COVID-19) 🦠 AND GERMS
🧽 Measure 6 tablespoons of any liquid bleach solution and add it with 2 liters of water or 1 cup liquid bleach solution with 1 gallon of water
🧼 Clean all surfaces of your homes using a damp cloth. You can also use a spray bottle to clean walls, surroundings, car and vehicle surfaces, etc.
🧴Label and store your finished disinfectant solution and keep out of reach of children.
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How to Make a Bleach Solution
The first rule when making a bleach solution is to either go outside or find a well-ventilated room, ideally with open windows and a cross-draft. Full-strength bleach emits toxic fumes and should never be used in small or enclosed spaces.
It is best to wear clothes and shoes you don’t mind bleaching in case of a spill. You should also pin back your hair and wear the rubber gloves for added safety.
Next, comes the measuring and mixing of ingredients:
To clean hard surfaces such as plates and counter tops, mix 1 cup (240 milliliters) of bleach with 5 gallons (18.9 liters) of water.
To make a 1:10 solution to disinfect healthcare facilities that may have been tainted by contagions, you’ll need 1 part bleach for every 9 parts water. 3
Carefully pour the bleach into the spray bottle or jar first, then add the water. Mixing the solution in this order will prevent the bleach from splashing up on you. If you do get any bleach on your skin, wipe it off immediately with a damp cloth.
Once the ingredients are mixed, place the lid tightly on the container and gently mix by shaking it. After mixing, your solution is ready to use. You can wash the surface with soap and hot, clean water before using the bleach. After applying the beach let the surface you are cleaning air dry.
Whatever you do, never add any other ingredient to the bleach solution.
3 Products Never to Mix With Bleach
Ammonia mixed with bleach converts the chlorine in bleach to chloramine gas. Breathing in the fumes can cause coughing, shortness of breath, and pneumonia.
Acidic compounds such as vinegar or window cleaner create chlorine gas when mixed with bleach. Excessive exposure can cause chest pain, vomiting, and even death.
Alcohol converts to chloroform when mixed with bleach. Breathing in chloroform can cause fatigue, dizziness, and fainting.
Chlorine bleach solution begins to lose its disinfectant power quickly when exposed to heat, sunlight, and evaporation. To ensure the strength of your solution, mix a fresh batch each day and discard whatever is leftover. Keep out of the reach of children.
To combat Covid-19 we can do these: NEW STARTS
Nutrition – eat healthy food
Exercise – 1 to 2 hours a day
Water – drink plenty of water and wash hands
Sunlight – get your self sunlight from 6am to 7am
Temperance – have a good temper
Air – breathing exercise every morning
Rest – have enough rest
Trust in the Lord
Supplementation – take supplements like Vitamin C
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