Still waiting for an answer instead of your moronic babbling. Explain
how that would work with "physical action"? While you may physically
miss a germ with the bleach, it won't be any stronger so explain how it
will grow better.
If you haven't got a real answer than shut the fuck up.
Note that it's probabaly about 2 or 3:30 AM where Rod lives and yet
he's still at the computer. When you never had a job, you can post
See how Rod is the top poster for September and is the all time top
poster here. Like I said, 24/7, no job, no life.
Already did, repeatedly.
ANYTHING THAT DOESNT KILL 100% WILL BREED RESISTANCE.
That is just as true with a bullet to the head, as I already said.
That aint the only possibility. The other obvious possibility
is that some of the germs dont get hit with a strong
enough bleach solution to kill them, cretin.
Already have, repeatedly.
Go and fuck yourself.
And you STILL havent managed to explain why, if bleach will
kill all germs, WE STILL SEE ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANT GERMS
CAUSING MASSIVE PROBLEMS IN HOSPITALS TODAY.
And why we saw people left to die when they got
infected in the days before antibiotics showed up.
<reams of your puerile lying flushed where it belongs>
Couldnt bullshit its way out of a wet paperbag even
if its pathetic excuse for a 'life' depended on it.
Because the humans harboring the germs aren't treated with bleach,
dingbat. You and that beetle fellow are the first I've seen that
can't differentiate between bleach and antibiotics, or between the
germ breeding potential of live organisms versus the germ-carrying
quality of dead utensils.
Here's some clues for you:
1. Don't treat an germ-infected person with bleach. Won't work.
2. Don't treat a germ-infected cutting board with anti-biotics. The
needle will break off, or the board will refuse to swallow the pill.
3. Quit making excuses for not washing your hands after wiping your
asses, which in your feeble minds will just make shit germs stronger
and stronger until they take over the world. Sane people tend to look
askance at such nonsense.
4. Keep you tin-foil hats shiny. Repels germs.
Let's not. Nor the bacteria found under nurses' long fingernails,
which a study done not long ago found to be a particularly nasty
breeding ground, and difficult to disinfect even when proper
hand-washing techniques are used.
Here's a discussion of various sanitizers as they apply to home brewing, but
you'll find information to answer your questions:
A COMPLETE GUIDE TO CLEANING AND SANITATION
Hope this helps,
When I got the rabbit the breeder recommended some stuff called
Vanodine for hutch sanitation. Its essentially an iodine solution and
it claims to kill all sorts of creepy crawlies.
I use it on the plastic cutting boards a couple of times a week (spray
to saturate, allow to dry), but whether it has any beneficial effect I
can't say for sure. We haven't had any E.coli or salmonella outbreaks
attributed to our kitchen...
I've also used it to clean minor dings on the dog, including a rather
nasty gash he got in his mouth when he chewed something he shouldn't
have. I wouldn't hesitate to use it for human first aid if push came
As far as "sanitizing" the kitchen - what's the point? If you
practice good hygiene (of both the cook and hte equipment) you ought
to be fine.
Reply to the list as I do not publish an email address to USENET.
This practice has cut my spam by more than 95%.
Of course, I did have to abandon a perfectly good email account...
Because it is THE most effective sanitizer there is and it's cheap as
dirt to boot.
There are other effective sanitizers - quaternary ammonia, phenol,
carbolic acid, etc - but bleach is the proven gold standard that costs
The USDA standard, enforced by health department restaurant
inspectors, is 100ppm available chlorine in the sanitizing solution.
At that concentration, the chlorine smell is just barely detectable on
the surface of the liquid. Contact with the solution does not leave
any smell on the hands. Casual contact with this solution will not
bleach colors or damage clothes. Pretty much the ideal sanitizer.
Why fool with anything else?
John De Armond
See my website for my current email address
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