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  • Gemma
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    It is also a great stain remover/preventer

  • Alwaysgreener
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    Except for my skin.

  • Alwaysgreener
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    Looks like we may be able to use Odoban...

    Examples of sanitizing solutions include but are not limited to:
    • Water and non-scented chlorine bleach with a concentration of bleach between 50
    – 200 parts per million (one teaspoon to one tablespoon of bleach per gallon of
    water). This solution must be made fresh daily.
    • Commercial sanitizers (products labeled as a sanitizer purchased at a store).
    Caution should be exercised to ensure they are used according to the
    manufacturer’s instructions.

  • Alwaysgreener
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    LOL Ipecac, interesting, I never have used it, only heard about it. My dad is against witch hazel, it was used on his army buddies and he said he would never use it. --- It is funny but you would think that healthcare and daycare would be on the same side on something like that. As a former foster care parent, I had a hard time adjusting to the difference in the rules between foster and daycare in my state. I just can not understand why if it is safe for one group of kids and not another. (Trampolines are okay for fosters but unfinished (no drop ceiling installed) basements are not but vice versa for daycare)

  • Cat Herder
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    As long as your state does not specify, yes. Many agencies have learned a lot since COVID and realized there were better options out there since those rules were written. I had to fight like crazy to get ipecac syrup removed from our required first aid list because it is against every single poison treatment plan that exists today. Using it could have cost me my healthcare certification. Not to mention that nobody even stocked it, anymore. Once they put it in there, they do not like to take it out. lol!!

  • Annalee
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    Dawn is great for many things......my oldest son has really oily hair and the lady cutting his hair told him to use Dawn once/twice a week in between his other washes.

  • Gemma
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    Originally posted by TwinMama View Post
    I usually use method spray cleaner, but what is your cleaner or cleaning solution of choice?
    I use Dawn dish detergent for most cleaning. Lysol spray for disinfecting
    ...I do not like all Lysol products!.. last year, when disinfectant products were hard to find, I bought a bunch of Lysol Lemon Breeze, it stained my new changing pad so bad that I had to replace it after only a few weeks of use. I sure don't trust it on my light kitchen floor.

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  • Alwaysgreener
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    Are you saying that I could use OdoBan instead of bleach for cleaning the changing table? Having to make a concentrate daily is annoying to me and I'd rather not. Plus it damages the paint on the wall behind the changing table. (My first table had slot rails and it would shoot through the rails onto the wall)

  • Cat Herder
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    Odoban and Q-128 are medical grade disinfectants approved for killing COVID among many other viruses and bacteria. You may want to check them out, if you have not already, since they don't stain clothing, are safe for pets and are concentrates that don't expired every day, so go far during shortages. They made all the difference in staying open vs closing for me. https://odoban.com/ http://www.franklincleaningequipment...-disinfectant/
    Last edited by Cat Herder; 05-11-2021, 07:46 AM.

  • Valerie928
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    Clorox wipes and bleach, bleach + water. I don't appreciate the smell of any of these but stuff needs to be properly disinfected.

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  • Alwaysgreener
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    Vinegar, Clorox wipes for convenience, Odoban I prefer eucalyptus scent,


    During the past year I've tried it multiple different kinds of wipes since I was unable to purchase Clorox, and I was so glad to get Clorox back. With Clorox I like how the wipe is made and as I'm cleaning they stay wet. Other braNDS didn't scrub or they dried out and I was constantly getting a new one.

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  • Annalee
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    I go with plain bleach/water solution....I'm picky about certain 'smells' Like BC said, some wipes leave a film; so I have been using the Kroger brand cleaning wipes which I like for quick clean-up.

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  • Blackcat31
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    I also use Odoban! It's great for so many things! I buy either the lavender or citrus scent. I like them both!
    I love the Clorox wipes for convenience as well. I carry a purse size pack everywhere I go!

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  • Snowmom
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    Yes, Odoban! Clorox wipes are my convenience choice. Lysol wipes leave a film that I hate. I also use Stearamine which I love for a spray disinfectant.
    Everyday cleaner: Sprayway glass cleaner and all products by Mrs Meyer's.

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  • Cat Herder
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    I use Odoban, Q-128, Clorox Anywhere and Clorox Clean-up depending on the task at hand.

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