Can I stop washing my hands after wiping with disinfectant wipes
Disinfecting wipes are light, convenient, and easy to carry. They are a good helper for disinfection and protection when people go out in public or on the road. It saves trouble and is hygienic. Many people find it troublesome to wash their hands after going out and use disinfectant wipes instead. Although disinfectant wipes and wipes have their convenience, they cannot replace handwashing.
Disinfecting wipes cannot replace standard hand washing procedures, and can only be used to wipe disinfected, clean and dry hands. After the wipes are disinfected, the killed germs and viruses still remain on the surface and cannot volatilize into the air.
In addition, a large amount of disinfectant wipes will remain on the surface of the skin after use (the ethanol-based residue is less, but it is still inedible). If it comes into direct contact with food, it may cause certain effects on the body.
Hand cleaning is still the first choice for running water + soap or hand sanitizer + water rinse. Portable cleaning products such as disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizer can be used as supplementary emergency use outdoors or when washing hands is inconvenient.
FF Group wipes selects thick soft non-woven fabrics, which can effectively absorb sufficient sterilization liquid. The single wipe area is large and the disinfection area is large. No fragrance or fluorescent agent is added, and it can be easily cleaned and sterilized with a single wipe.
Therefore, you must wash your hands carefully when returning from the outdoors:
You must use running water to wash your hands, not basin water, and the rubbing time should be at least 20 seconds. Not only wash your hands with clean water, but also use soap or hand sanitizer to effectively remove pathogenic bacteria.
If soap is used, it should be kept clean and dry. It is best to use disposable hand sanitizers, such as refills, clean and disinfect the container before each dispensing; when the soap is turbid or discolored, it should be replaced.
If you use alcohol-based hand sanitizers, please pay attention to the expiration date of "use after opening" in the product description. Generally, the use period after opening does not exceed 30 days; do not "rub" your hands on clothes after washing. Prepare a dry towel or dryer in advance.
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