The Sickening Truth about Disinfecting Wipes: They Are Made from Toxic Ingredients That Can Cause Cancer 06/28/2018 By Justin Deschamps

The Sickening Truth about Disinfecting Wipes: They Are Made from Toxic Ingredients That Can Cause Cancer

() If you use disinfecting wipes, it’s likely because you want to rid your home of germs. They might do a good job of accomplishing that task, but you could be introducing something that is potentially even more harmful when you use them.

Related A Cancer in Science — When Truth is Second to Dogma (Video)

SourceNatural News

by , June 19th, 2018

In fact, the EPA regulates disinfecting wipes as pesticides, which actually makes sense when you consider that they are meant for controlling germs, which are a type of pest. That’s also why you’ll find instructions on using the product for killing pests on the label, as well as first aid directions for accidental exposure.

Just what is in these pesticide wipes that you’re spreading all over your kitchen and other important surfaces on the pretense of “good health”?

Most of them contain toxic quaternary ammonium compounds. Also known as “quats,” these compounds can cause allergies and asthma, and they can irritate your lungs, eyes and skin. If you see terms like “Alkyl C12-18,” “Alkyl C12-14,” or “n-Alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride” on the ingredients list, it’s time to start shopping for a replacement. Quats have also been linked to reproductive problems.

Some wipes contain cancer-causing ortho-phenylphenyl. Premoistened wipes contain chemicals like parabens and formaldehyde releasers to stop bacteria from growing within the package. If your wipes contain chlorine bleach, you should know that it’s been linked to asthma.

You need to use extra care around children, who are even more susceptible to pesticide dangers from disinfectant wipes. Their smaller size and developing organs make them highly vulnerable, so they should never use the wipes. Moreover, limited exposure to living bacteria can help to boost people’s immune systems. Excessive disinfectant use has been cited as a contributor to the rise of superbugs.

Buy Babyganics All Purpose Surface Wipes, Fragrance Free, 150 Count (contains Two 75-count canisters)

Keeping your home clean without using dangerous chemicals

So what should you do if you’re worried about germs? Consider this: There isn’t any evidence that using disinfectants to clean is better at preventing illness than the standard soap-and-water approach. In fact, experts have called for offices and classrooms to stop using these wipes, advising that they’re only appropriate in certain situations, such as cleaning up bodily fluids from a person who has a contagious illness. In those cases, however, you’d be better off opting for disinfectants whose active ingredients are safer. Some good choices include lactic acid, citric acid, caprylic acid, or hydrogen peroxide.

Wet clothes or paper towels work surprisingly well, but if you want to give your cleaning efforts some extra strength, consider using some essential oils inside a spray bottle. Lemon, peppermint, tea tree, and thyme oil can all get the job done while adding a pleasant and safe fragrance at the same time.

In fact, giving up toxic wipes in favor of soap and water could actually leave your surfaces cleaner. That’s because, as the Environmental Working Group points out, most people don’t use these wipes properly in the first place. They generally need to remain on the surface you wish to disinfect for a period of time; the instructions will say how long a particular product needs to stay on the surface. Keeping a surface wet for four to ten minutes, as directed on many labels, can take up a lot more wipes than you might think.

After doing that, the surface needs to be rinsed with water. If you were disinfecting a cutting board or kitchen counter that might come into contact with food, it also needs to be washed again before using.

Thankfully, these toxic wipes aren’t really necessary for most situations, and you should have no trouble getting by with the tried-and-true method of cleaning with soap and water. You’ll save a lot of money, and best of all, you won’t be putting your family’s health in danger or contributing to the superbug problem.

Buy Book Our Stolen Future: Are We Threatening Our Fertility, Intelligence, and Survival?–A Scientific Detective Story


Stillness in the Storm Editor’s note: Did you find a spelling error or grammar mistake? Send an email to corrections@stillnessinthestorm.com, with the error and suggested correction, along with the headline and url. Do you think this article needs an update? Or do you just have some feedback? Send us an email at sitsshow@gmail.com. Thank you for reading.

Source:

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-06-19-disinfecting-wipes-made-from-toxic-ingredients-that-can-cause-cancer.html

(Visited 82 times, 82 visits today)

https://stillnessinthestorm.com/2018/06/the-sickening-truth-about-disinfecting-wipes-they-are-made-from-toxic-ingredients-that-can-cause-cancer/

Advertisements
This entry was posted in * COURT CASE INFO, * EARTH - NOW EDUCATION, * End GAME - GOOD vs EVIL, * FREEDOM FIGHTERS, * Ground Crew MESSAGES, * HEALTHY HUMANITY, * HUMAN LIFE INTERESTS, * INFORMATION SOURCES, * MILITARY FORCE UNITS, * NEWS - WORLD UPDATES, AFRICAN NEWS, AMERICAN NEWS, ASIAN NEWS, AUSTRALIAN NEWS, BIBLICAL PROPORTIONS, CANADIAN UPDATES, EUROPEAN NEWS, FBI & CIA & Police Expose[d], FOOD - TO - AVOID, HUMAN ODD DISEASES, HUMAN RIGHTS INFO, IMMEDIATE ATTENTION, INTERNATIONAL NEWS, LAW ENFORCEMENT, MIDDLE EAST NEWS, MILITARY RESOURCES, NEW ZEALAND NEWS, RUSSIAN NEWS, SPIRITUAL WARFARE INFO, SURVIVAL INFORMATION, UNITED KINGDOM NEWS, UNITED WE STAND UP, URGENT MESSAGES, WHAT IS HAPPENING ?, What's Up - Dark Cabal. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s