How Does Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol Rate as a Cleaner?
Isopropylalcohol (isopropanol, 2-propanol) molecule. Used in disinfectant solutions and as solvent. Skeletal formula.

How Does Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol Rate as a Cleaner?

How Does Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol Rate as a Cleaner? The good news is, if used correctly, Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol (70% by volume) is a good sanitizer. The bad news is it is a very poor cleaner. Although it has a small effect on some salts and grease, it has no detergent properties, thus it doesn’t clean well. The 70% by…

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Germiest Place in Your Car May Surprise You
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Germiest Place in Your Car May Surprise You

Germiest Place in Your Car May Surprise You If you were to guess where the germiest place in your car was, you would probably be wrong, according to a new CloroxPro study. According to the research, most people think frequently touched items like the steering wheel, the driver door handle and the gear shift are the germiest places in a…

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How Do Magic Erasers Work?

How Do Magic Erasers Work? Magic Erasers ®, a brand name for melamine sponges, are effective at removing stains and smudges with only water. Melamine is a type of hard plastic, and when it is made into a foam a fine porous surface is created. The foam is made of super-fine fibers that lift and trap dirt and rub out…

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The 10 Dirtiest Items in Your Home
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The 10 Dirtiest Items in Your Home

<h1>The 10 Dirtiest Items in Your Home</h1> From Reviewed.com Remote Controls – Used frequently yet rarely cleaned remote controls are the perfect place for germs to hang out. Take out batteries and clean with a soft cloth dipped in rubbing alcohol. Carpets – Apparently carpets are 4,000 times dirtier than toilet seats! Vacuum weekly and steam clean at least once…

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Household Chemical Storage Guide

Household Chemical Storage Guide Always keep the safety of your family and pets top of mind when storing chemicals between uses. Here is a colorful infographic detailing some best practices for storing common household chemicals from our friends at SOLVCHEM.

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Germs at the Gym

It’s time for New Year's resolutions It’s time for New Year's resolutions, and one of yours might be to spend more time at the gym. Whether you go to burn calories, get fit, or increase endurance, you may get more than you bargained for depending on the hygiene level of the gym. Keeping a gym spotless and germ-free may seem…

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Don’t Flush That!
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Don’t Flush That!

Don't Flush That!   Should I flush it? Most often, the answer is no! Just because something can be flushed doesn’t mean it should be, including “flushable” wipes, dental floss, contact lenses, tampons, condoms, and facial tissue. If it isn’t human waste and toilet paper, it shouldn’t be put down the drain. For more information, click here. Get Your Life…

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