Vinegar

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Vinegar is found in many different condiments to add flavor and zest to foods. With information found on the internet, vinegar has become a favorite of the Do-It-Yourself crowd to make natural household cleaners, remove water stains on wood furniture, and clean fruits and vegetables before eating, just to name a few.

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5 Tips for Cleaning & Disinfecting Safely

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Have you been cleaning your house more than ever before? With all of the coronavirus concerns, it is good to be extra thorough when disinfecting and wiping down “high contact” surfaces. But, check before you mix those chemicals, because some things just don’t mix and not all chemicals are appropriate for every cleaning job.

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FACTS ABOUT IVERMECTIN

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Everyone is anxious to find medications that work for the treatment of COVID-19. In the last several weeks, there have been studies to show possible benefits of certain medications already on the market for other diseases.

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Disinfectant Wipes

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There are many different brands of disinfectant wipes available for household use, such as Lysol® or Clorox® Disinfecting Wipes. The ingredients vary from brand to brand, but their purpose is to disinfect hard surfaces such as countertops, floors, bathroom fixtures, key boards, and phones.

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Ammonia

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Household ammonia is used as a cleaner on its own, or as an ingredient in window cleaners and floor waxes. Ammonia is also the ingredient in smelling salts because the sharp, pungent odor irritates the lining of the nose and lungs which triggers the inhalation reflex (breathing in).

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