We are still in cold and flu season and to add more respiratory complications on we are also coming into prime allergy season. For many, spring can be a difficult time. I personally know for myself I have dealt with bronchitis which turned into pneumonia over the past month. One of the suggestions I was given was to run a humidifier while I was dealing with all my upper respitory issues. But did you know having a humidifier can actually cause more issues? Especially if you are not cleaning it. You could actually be dispersing mold spores into your environment at a time when your body is already weak and fighting off an infection. Nixall has a way to keep your humidifier clean while helping to fight germs and bacteria from spreading.
What is Nixall disinfectant? It’s a pretty amazing cleaner that can be used in your humidifier and for cleaning around the house. It’s the only disinfectant with a hypochlorous acid active ingredient that kills multiple drug resistant bacterium. You can use this in your humidifier every time you run it helping to keep your humidifier clean as well as the air your family is breathing in. You can also use it to clean your counters, door handles, floors and any surface you would like to disinfect. Nixall is effective against a wide range of bacteria including Staphylococcus aureus MRSA, Salmonella enterica, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, H1N1 influenza A virus (formerly called Swine Flu) and more. It also deodorizes your home because it’s killing odor causing bacteria that lingers on surfaces and in the air.
There are so many uses for Nixall that once you start using it you are not going to stop. Over the past month I have been using it non stop in our humidifiers and in our diffuser. Now that we are finally feeling better I will be using it to wipe down all the door knobs and hard surfaces to make sure no one gets ill again. You can use the Nixall at full strength (which I’m doing with our door handles) or you can dilute it. The suggested ratio is 1 part Nixall to 10 parts water.