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Do you know what happens when you turn on the air conditioner in your car? Together with the air flow, various microorganisms enter the passenger compartment, which multiply very well on the surface of the evaporator. Some of these bacteria are the cause of unpleasant odors in the car, others are the causative agents of otitis media, bronchitis, colds, sinusitis and pneumonia. Sometimes among them there is a legionella bacillus, which causes the disease legionellosis - a form of pneumonia.

In addition, all these diseases can be easily caught in the cold season, since the evaporator of the air conditioner is connected to a common circuit, and even if only the stove is working, the air still blows over it and carries harmful microbes throughout the cabin.

To stop the growth and spread of bacteria in the car, inject HEALER Surface Disinfectant into the air duct as close as possible to the evaporator. Also, dry the system by turning off the A / C compressor before parking the car.

Salmonella, Klebsiella pneumonia, colymorphic bacteria (bacteria of the E. coli group) accumulate on the door handles and window lifters, the diseases that they can provoke are very painful and long. The reason for their occurrence is the dirty hands of passengers. Naturally, it is impossible and, probably, stupid to force everyone to wash their hands before the trip, so always keep the HEALER antiseptic on hand.

The driver's mat is often home to hay sticks and Bacillus cereus. The first, although not pathogenic, can still cause eye infections, rashes, and the second bacillus is the cause of food poisoning, diarrhea, and rashes. Since these bacteria are soil, they enter the mat through the sole of the shoe. To keep these germs from growing, clean and disinfect your rugs regularly.

Rudder is a great breeding ground for Staphylococcus aureus, which causes throat ailments, dermatitis, pneumonia, eczema, and other not-so-pleasant illnesses. It is easy to avoid infection, treat your hands with HEALER antiseptic, which will fight unfriendly bacteria for a long time (up to 6 hours.)