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Authentic experiences of patients who have used Streptokill for disinfection→ (Unedited, left as they were sent to us by customers in the Czech Republic and Slovakia)
Dosage of Streptokill for disinfection
Apply Streptokill directly onto the places that you wish to disinfect, with oral applicator if possible. However, if the affected area is near eyes, it is better to first spray some Streptokill into a glass, and then apply it to the wound with a soaked tampon. If you do happen to get Streptokill in your eyes, wash them immediately with a clean water.
The frequency of Streptokill application isn't restricted, and you may therefore use it for disinfection as many times as you wish until all signs of the infection are all gone.
Disinfection is an activity focused on the elimination of pathogenic microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses and fungi among others. The cleanliness of the environment often plays an important role; it is especially important in hospitals, factories which produce food, pharmaceuticals, diary and meat products, and in a variety of other locations as well. The cleanliness of people's households is no less crucial, and it has a great impact on their health.
Types of disinfection:
Disinfecting products are sorted according to their pproposed purpose and use. SANITIZERS are used to decrease the amount of bacteria and infections on surfaces. Disinfection products targeting microorganisms or living tissue are ANTISEPTICS, and products which destroy microorganisms inside the body are called ANTIBIOTICS.
How to disinfect:
A great number of disinfecting products exist nowadays. We see them on every corner; in every household, there are various gel-based antiseptic solutions for the quick sanitization of hands, disinfecting soaps, and cleaning products to use on floors, bathrooms, kitchens, toilets, etc.
It has become more common for people bring their personal disinfectants with them when they travel, because in exotic or foreign countries we are often exposed to new microorganisms to which our bodies have not yet become accustomed. Often, the hygiene standards in other countries aren't as high as those in Europe. That is why we need to protect ourselves as much as we can; for example, with vaccinations (which protect us from certain types of diseases), but also with personal disinfectants which can be applied to small cuts and insect bites, and used to sanitize objects or water before drinking, because water is very often a source of many dangerous viruses or bacteria.