concreterose wrote:Boo439 wrote:So what am I supposed to do as a hospital worker? Wash my hands with lemons and vinegar? I'd be fired in a heart beat. No sarcasm intended, just curious. Anti-bacterial stuff may be "VERY VERY bad" but not everyone has a choice in the matter.
Of course a hospital situation is very different than your home. I understand that completely and understand that it is totally out of your control!
Linariel wrote:I use Method.
The label doesn't specifically state that it is *not* antibacterial. So I suppose I just assumed that the regular stuff didn't include any antibacterial ingredients.
I can't seem to find the ingredients online, though.
I used to use Palmolive, until I found out in contains formaldehyde.
EagleEye wrote:I'm using up the last bit of antibacterial dish soap I have in the kitchen and was planning on finding a brand w/o the antibacterual stuff in it (if that's possible anymore) or using something else to wash my meat cutting board and butchering knives. Would vinegar work?
It is not an ingredients list per say, but a Material Safety Data Sheet.
Down at the very bottom, it says "Special precautions"
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