DIY Homemade Disinfectant Wipes and Sprays with Natural Recipes by Valerie D. Hering

A Practical Step-by-Step Guide to making Antiviral and Antibacterial Surface and Hand Wipes

Clean and protect yourself and loved ones

Diy homemade disinfectant wipes and sprays with natural recipes

With the current state of global health and the pandemic affecting millions of people who are all aiming to protect themselves and loved ones against the infectious disease, it is only natural that everyone will seek out ways of easy homemade antiviral wipes and sprays, hand wipes and disinfectants in the face of looming scarcity of the essential materials. The following are a summary of the important facts you will discover in this guide;•What are germs and how to protect yourself and your family against the pathogens.•How germs are spread and how to break the circle.•How to make different types of disinfecting antibacterial and antiviral wipes•The WHO approved ways of washing your hands•How to make baby wipes•How to make disinfecting antiviral sprays•How to make herbal sprays and wipes•Simple recipes on making a bathroom and toilet disinfecting cleaner•Simple instructions on how to wash your hands•Simple biology and structure of pathogens•And so much more!Get a copy now and begin making your disinfectant and wipes in the comfort of your home!


Secondary Genre: HEALTH & FITNESS / Healthy Living

Language: English

Keywords: Essential oils disinfectant and sanitizer, Hand washing alcohol wipes, Homemade disinfectant wipes, Hand sanitizer with alcohol, Toilet disinfectant cleaner spray, Disinfectant spray Lysol, Hand washing for kids

Word Count: 7686

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There were different theories regarding what germs are in the past, but the accepted one in this modern age and time of the germ theory of disease. This theory states that tiny organisms known as microbes and pathogens or germs can cause diseases. These organisms are extremely tiny and cannot be readily seen by the naked human eyes without the aid of a magnification gadget such as a microscope. Due to this relatively small size, it is easy for such microbes to move about without been seen by humans, hosts, and other animals. The infection of such microbes invariably leads to disease and break down of the host through the exponential growth and reproduction that takes place in the body of the host.

The word "germ" has been generally used to refer to bacteria, but it points to all microbes, living, and non-living pathogens that can bring about ill-health in humans and animals, and they include and not limited to the following; viruses, protists, prions, fungi, etc.


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