Household detergent containing surfactants Effective use of corona may 22, 19:21
The results of verification that household detergents containing “surfactants” are effective for the disinfection of the new coronavirus have been gathered, and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry is calling for the use of door knobs and desks for disinfection instead of alcohol disinfectants that continue to be thin.
According to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and the National Institute of Product Evaluation Technology, it has been confirmed that the effect of disinfecting the new coronavirus is the result of “surfactants” such as alkyl glycosides found in household detergents.
A list of household furniture, bathrooms, toilets, kitchens and other detergents is available on nite’s website, saying it can be used in place of alcohol disinfectants that are continuing to be thin.
According to the usage described in each product, we want you to use it to disinfect familiar things such as door knobs and desks.
Kitchen detergentcontaining surfactants can also be placed in water to make a solution and soaked into cloth for disinfection.
However, as a safety precaution, we are all asked not to use it to disinfect hands, fingers, or skin, and not spray it with a spray bottle.
IN ADDITION TO NITE, WE ARE ALSO VERIFYING THE DISINFECTION EFFECT OF HYPOCHLORIC ACID WATER, AND WE HAVE DECIDED TO PUBLISH THE RESULTS.