How Does Soap Kill Germs?

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Top Q&A For: How Does Soap Kill Germs

Why does soap and hand sanitizer only kill 99.99% of germs, why not 100%?

Because it'd be a huge claim to have killed 100% of the germs. It may sound stupid but they may be challenged or sued for not having killed all of the germs. 99.99% is the closest they can get to 1... Read More »

What is the best hand soap to kill germs?

On One Hand: Washing Hands Correctly will Kill GermsWashing your hand the right way kills germs--it doesn't matter what kind of soap you use. The states that hands should be washed i... Read More »

It says soap can kill 99.99% of germs, what is the other 0.01% not killed in the process?

Germs or viruses that may not have been discovered yet, or superbacteria that may be too strong for it. However, I'm sure it's also just so the company can't be sued or be complained too if they sa... Read More »

Does isopropyl alcohol kill germs?

Isopropyl alcohol does kill germs, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Hospitals use it to sterilize instruments and surfaces, and it is often used to disinfect minor cuts and scrapes in first ... Read More »