Disinfectant for Airborne Germs and Bacteria
Using disinfectant is the best way to protect your family from airborne bacteria and germs. Disinfectants are antimicrobial agents that are applied to kill microorganisms.
The most effective home disinfectant is chlorine bleach. However, this is not suitable for fighting airborne germs. To disinfect the air properly, use a spray, but keep in mind that not all disinfectant sprays are suitable for this. Most are designed to be used on hard surfaces.
There are a number of disinfectant sprays available commercially that are designed for use in the air. These have a unique droplet structure combined with a propellant that allows them to disperse throughout the room for maximum coverage.
Many of these sprays have scents and make the air fresh by killing odor-causing bacteria.
There are drawbacks to disinfectant sprays. Their disinfecting powers have limited duration and use for killing surface bacteria.
If you do not want to use chemicals, there are natural alternatives. Get a diffuser, a machine that vaporizes oils and allows them to waft throughout the air. Use essential oils to get maximum impact. Clove oil and eucalyptus oil are the two best for disinfectant use.