Using cleaning chemicals not only requires a Ph.D. to use properly because if you don't use them as directed, they don't work. If you spray and wipe, the chemical doesn't have time to kill any bacteria.
Not only that but if they get in your body, they can give you cancer and eventually kill you!
1. You need to research the area you are trying to clean and choose the right chemical.
2. You need to research the chemical and follow all directions on the container, both for usage and for safety.
3. You must allow for the required dwell time as stated on the label.
4. Remember to scrub the area as directed.
5. Remember a topical application of product may not be effective in cracks or on porous surfaces.
6. Will this surface come into contact with persons who will then be put at risk while the chemical is active?
7. Has the surface been cleaned properly first? Is it clean enough? Many chemicals are neutralized by organic material.
8. Many times more than one chemical is needed to complete the job.
REMEMBER NOT TO MIX CERTAIN CHEMICALS SUCH AS CHLORINE AND AMMONIA PRODUCTS.
9. Many chemicals can mix inside our bodies and cause problems.
They can also kill good bacteria in the throat and lungs.
DON’T RISK IT, USE STEAM VAPOR!