Sometimes it can be helpful for each of us to know how to make homemade disinfectants. They saved me many times because of the health sensitivity of my children. The older child had very fragile health and the younger one had allergies and later asthma. It became quite normal for me to deprive my children of many shopping supplies that are full of chemical substances. And we know that they do not really benefit our health. Also, because of the increased need to disinfect the living space and thus enhance the body’s immune response, something had to be done. That’s what I did. Here’s how to make homemade disinfectants that are ubiquitous and quite sufficient in my home. How To Make Homemade Disinfectants?
Home Disinfection And Hand Washing
Disinfecting your home with natural remedies is the best you can provide for yourself and your children. And for a number of reasons – to prevent immunity from falling, to prevent various diseases, and the added benefit is that you will not flood your child with chemicals that are harmful for health. It would be wonderful if we knew the importance of hand washing – we would probably go to the bathroom right away and wash them once more. Hand washing is the first and most important defense of our body. The percentages that speak of insufficient and improper handwashing are devastating to humanity, especially considering that it is one of the first things we learn when we are born.
How To Make Homemade Disinfectants For Hands?
The first agent – Isopropanol (or vodka) plus aloe vera
Isopropanol (only pay attention – 70% ethanol is not the same as isopropanol), aloe vera gel, mixing bowl, funnel, liquid soap bowl or better still spray bottle.
Pour two thirds of a cup of alcohol and one third of a cup of aloe vera gel into a bowl. After that, mix everything well and pour the resulting liquid into a container with the help of a funnel to store the disinfectant. If you don’t have alcohol and have vodka, here are the solutions. In this case, you need any brand of vodka, aloe vera gel, and a bottle of your desired size. First, fill the bottle with vodka to one-third, and the rest of the aloe vera gel and shake well. If you do not tolerate the smell of alcohol, you can add 5-10 drops of lavender essential oil, tea tree or a mixture of essential oils.
How To Make Homemade Liquid Soap?
40-50 drops of a mix of ravensara essential oil, radiata eucalyptus, globulus eucalyptus, lemon, grapefruit with 100 ml of neutral liquid hand washing soap. Mix all the ingredients well and you are done. You get liquid soap from your own production.
How To Make Homemade Disinfectants For Home Or Workspace?
Since we spend most of our time at home or at work, it’s very important to stay in a disinfected room. It’s especially important to disinfect the dirtiest surfaces. And these are also the ones that are most touched – the desk, the keyboard, the chair, the doorknob, the mobile phone… Essential oils not only protect our body, but also affect immunostimulation. Instead of using a sprayer, you can also use a handkerchief to which you previously poured a few drops of lavender, lemon and rosemary essential oil. These essential oils stimulate immunity and have an antimicrobial effect and help maintain good concentration throughout the working day. This liquid is easy to make and is based on essential oils.
Here’s the recipe:
Mix one third of medical alcohol and two thirds of distilled water (feel free to make it yourself). Add 10-15 drops of the essential oil of your choice or a blend of essential oils to this liquid. Essential oils that have antibacterial properties, dissolve in medical alcohol and insoluble in water. After the ingredients are combined, close the bottle, shake the end. Then spray on the surface, leave for a minute or two and wipe with a clean cloth.
How to make a disinfectant spray?
We only need a few ingredients for the spray that we usually have at home, and those are vinegar, water and lemon. The vinegar and water go in a 50:50 ratio. Vinegar mixed with water is known to be a universal cleaner in the kitchen and bathroom. Still, some don’t like the smell of vinegar, and lemon can help us a lot. To dilute the strong odor of vinegar, add a few sliced lemon slices to the spray. Ideally, the spray prepared this way should stand for 15 days, until the odor of the vinegar is reduced. If you are in a hurry, the process can be speed ed up by the use of essential oils.
How To Disinfect Air In Your Car?
By no means do I like scents for a car, and when I spend more time driving, I make sure to carry a ready-made disinfectant on the road, which makes the trip more enjoyable for the children and me. In this case too, we can’t do anything without essential oils. It is best to put a wood or clay aroma spray in your car and apply 10 drops of essential oil or a mixture of these, which are an excellent disinfectant for cars. Essential oils help the driver maintain a good concentration, especially during long and night drives.
How to Disinfect Clothes?
When it comes to clothes, what we all have in our houses and what’s great for disinfecting clothes is vinegar. Therefore, especially if you wash your laundry at temperatures not exceeding 40 degrees, be sure to add vinegar to the washing machine. This is especially important when washing your child’s wardrobe. Vinegar is a safe and natural remedy. Use it as a disinfectant during all laundry washing.
How To Make Homemade Disinfectants – The Best Natural Home Cleaner?
Take an ordinary 800 ml jar, u could use a bigger too. Fill it to the top with mandarin, orange or lemon peels (or all together). Fill the jar up to the top with 9% alcoholic vinegar or alcohol. Close well and leave the jar for 2-3 weeks in a dark place. After, the solution is filtered through a gauze or strainer. Pour into a spray can and your room cleaning and disinfection fluid is over!
This product cleanses impurities from all horizontal surfaces. It can also remove mold, rust, dirt, or scale from tile or shower glass. This remedy can also clean persistent stains on the floor, dirt from glasses and other glassware, and is ideal for disinfecting tiles, washbasins, toiletries, and is a great air freshener and completely safe to use.
Effective, chemical-free, with a pleasant scent. So can it be better …
Here Are Tips For Safe And Detailed Cleaning
Before you start cleaning, put on a mask and gloves, avoid touching your face and eyes while cleaning. Keep windows open for ventilation or turn on your air conditioner. Clean the floor and other surfaces and elements with detergent first, and then disinfect them afterwards. After cleaning, the cloths wash at 90 degrees Celsius. Remove the gloves and mask and throw them away, then wash your hands well.
Some Interesting Tips For The End
What we definitely need to keep in mind if we want to be healthier is that dirt is all around us, and hygiene is paramount if we want to be healthier. Our bed should be cleaned daily with a disinfectant and we should change our linens frequently. Our head will hurt less and we will breathe easier. It is best to keep a toothbrush in a separate cabinet and not to put plastic covers on it. Changing the brush every three months is best. Most of us constantly hold a cellphone in their hand, unaware of how many times we get sick because of dirty hands and because of the phone. We are not even aware of the amount of dirt on them.
Antiseptic wipes for our mobile phone and soap and water for our hands after using the phone would mean a lot to our health. ATM’s, doorknobs, buttons for calling the elevator or in the elevator, this is a real challenge if their hands are not washed after use. Kitchen towels and sponges are one of the dirtiest things in our home. A way to clean them is to boil them and change them more often. But also by washing hands after using them. A man’s beard, yes, yesss. Aesthetics aside, a beard is a litter of various small bacteria’s that can endanger us. Therefore, styling and grooming and washing your beard is not only a matter of aesthetics but also of health.
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