Non-Toxic Antibacterial Cleaners Take the Worry Out of Clean

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Germs, be gone! Credit: Method


Before we had kids, we didn't spend much time thinking about germs. But now ... Let's face it, kids are germ-y. So, we admit to being a little obsessed with germs these days.

But here's the thing: Most of the commercial antibacterial and disinfectant cleaners out there are chock full of chemicals we can't even pronounce, let alone want around our kids. But, thanks to the good folks at Method, we no longer have to choose between sanitary and safe.

The new Method ANTIBAC line of cleaning products combine sweet-smelling essential oils and tough cleaning power, in a disinfectant formula that kills 99.9 percent of nasty household germs, including influenza A, staphylococcus aureus, salmonella enterica and E coli.

Available in a bathroom cleaner, kitchen cleaner and all purpose cleaning disinfecting wipes, each version smells great. But, what's even better is the peace of mind they leave behind.

Available at Method and retail stores for $3.99.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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