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    Bleach and any other antiseptic will kill your probiotics (good bacteria). Those types of toxic products will also kill bad bacteria too, leaving the surface of whatever was exposed to those harsh cleaning products sterile.
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    BLEACH KILLS GOOD AND BAD BACTERIA LEAVING EVERYTHING WIDE OPEN TO THE FIRST STRAINS OF GERMS TO INFECT THE AREA WITHOUT RESISTANCE.
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    In a few cases, a sterile environment is essential for a healthy short term procedure but it is exactly why vicious pathogenic bacteria thrive in places like hospitals. A natural bacterial balance is needed to keep both sides at bay much like police keep the bad guys from running rampant and looting the city. Without police to manage the area, the city would be at the mercy of the looters. Probiotics in this case are the police of the bacterial world and the looters are pathogens such as Streptococcus, MRSA, E.coli, Fecal Coliform, Salmonella and the list goes on.
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    Reduce your toxic chemical use in your fight against dirt and germs and begin incorporating new-tech old-microbiology.

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