- Sep 30, 2005
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Hoarded too many toilet rolls, wondering what to do with them all, try this,
On copper, testing shows the virus lasts no longer than 8 hours. On cardboard, no sign of a virus was measured after 24 hours, with another test showing decay after 8 hours.
“The longest viability of both (test) viruses was on stainless steel and plastic,” the Journal study stated, with the virus gone in 5.6 hours on stainless steel and 6.8 hours on plastic.
The study warns: “The virus can remain viable and infectious in aerosols for hours and on surfaces up to days.” That means someone sneezing or coughing can contaminate a room.
Do you wring them out and drink the IPA afterwards ?Oh another handy tip.
I have baby wipes from Aldi.
I also have a gallon of IPA. I open the baby wipes one pack at a time when needed and pour the IPA into the packet.
Squeeze the contents so it soaks into all the wipes. Hey presto
Moisturised sanitising baby wipes.
I use them for door handles and after washing hands etc
Great-gran, 99, is UK’s oldest to survive coronavirus after ‘miracle’ recovery‘If you can’t put your fingernails straight down against your other palm without your nails adding too much distance to do it, you cannot wash under your fingernails properly unless you use a nail brush every time.’
Time to stock up on marmalade methinks.‘I don’t know how she got through it. I don’t think she has ever eaten a vegetable or fruit. ‘She lives on marmalade sandwiches and biscuits, but she’s had a terrible diet her entire life. She’s always just eaten chocolates and biscuits.
Forgot to include the picture,Coronavirus can stick to surfaces for up to three daysNew England Journal of Medicine study cites decay rate of the virus
A good quality and informative article.
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