How do you disinfect wood without damaging it?
Simply pour 3% hydrogen peroxide into a spray bottle and spray it directly onto your wood floors. Allow the peroxide to sit for a couple of minutes before wiping it with a microfiber cleaning cloth, which won’t damage the surface of your floors.
What disinfectant is safe for wood?
A mixture of 1 part Chlorine Bleach, (Clorox) to 32 parts water (½ cup bleach per gallon of water, or 4 teaspoons bleach per quart of water) will need to sit on surfaces for 5-10 minutes in order to disinfect them. We found this did not harm either of our wood finishes.
What is the best way to disinfect wood?
Fill a spray bottle with 2 cups water, 1 cup white vinegar and about five drops dish soap if the wood is soiled. The vinegar disinfects and the dish soap works as an added cleaning element.
Can you use antibacterial wipes on wood?
Antibacterial wipes can damage wooden surfaces; there are no two ways to say it. “Any kind of wood flooring or furniture you own should not be cleaned with antibacterial wipes,” explains licensed health coach Jamie Bacharach. This is because the porous wood can absorb the liquid from the wipes, damaging it.