Get the cheapest brand as it doesn't matter. I put it in a spray bottle and have near the sink to clean up oopsies and bacteria from foods. You can also spray it on something like a cup or dish or anything you want to disinfect, let stand for a while and then rinse clean. I mean who wants to use bleach products on the babies pacifier. Yuk!
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By Marty from Big Bear Lake, CA
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The Good Housekeeping Institute has found that vinegar kills 98% of germs and is safe.
Hi! Juniper Berry oil or Oregano oil added serve the purpose of addition, natural disinfectants. Good Luck!
The Washington Post did a piece on this about four years ago:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dy ... icle/2006/09/26/AR2006092600315.html
That basically says that most vodkas are about 80 proof, which is about 50% alcohol by volume; to get maximum disinfectant properties, you'd need the alcohol volume to be in the high 80 percentile ( hand sanitizers are in the high 70's). According to the link here, using regular vodka might make for some " happy germs" but wouldn't necessarily knock 'em out.
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