What's wrong with using disinfectant to soak children's hands? Can long-term use cause injury? Recently, parents of a kindergarten in Longgang, Shenzhen, had a headache. Some parents found that their children's clothes had some things on them, not sloppy things, but good clothes, which turned into mottled clothes, and the students had an outbreak of herpetic pharyngitis, so classes were suspended.
Some of the colors on the clothes have faded so that they can't see clearly, as if they were corroded by something. Coincidentally, a similar situation also appears in the class of children. Because the children couldn't accurately describe the truth, the parents had to go to the kindergarten and ask the teacher. To their surprise, the kindergarten used strong disinfectant powder mixed with water to disinfect children's hands. At this time, some parents suddenly remembered that as early as one or two months ago, they found a few drops of faded spots on their children's clothes. And the children have said that the water used to wash their hands stinks. At the beginning, parents didn't pay much attention to it. As soon as the news came out, parents were very nervous and worried that their children's skin would be stimulated by corrosive substances. Before the kindergarten has been using hand sanitizer to wash children's hands, but after May 1, a class in the kindergarten broke out of herpetic pharyngitis, and some classes were closed.
After the incident, the kindergarten soaked the children's hands with disinfectant. Deng Yuanchang also showed the disinfection product they used, Hongda brand strong disinfection powder. On the disinfectant bottle, it is clearly stated that the product is trichloroisocyanuric acid, which is an external disinfectant. Do not take it orally or contact eyes. It should be placed in a place out of the reach of children. Bleached and easily faded clothes should be used with caution. Protective gloves should be worn during configuration, which is corrosive to copper, aluminum and carbon steel. At the same time, Deng Yuanchang said that a certain amount of this kind of disinfectant was used when mopping the floor and flushing the toilet, while tableware was disinfected with a disinfection cabinet. As parents, they are worried about whether the long-term use of this kind of hand disinfectant will hurt their children.
This method of hand washing can irritate the skin, but it is not toxic. In daily life, everyone can do hand washing, so how to wash hands correctly may touch some people's knowledge blind area. As long as you wash your hands frequently and correctly, there is no place for bacteria to hide. It is also recommended that you do not use strong corrosive disinfectants, otherwise you will hurt yourself and lose more than you gain.