Hot days during the summer easily make one keep sweating, especially body parts such as face, scalp, chest, and back. Sweat that cannot be exported is mixed with sebum, and it is easy to inflame the hair follicles under the excessive friction of the clothes. Although sweat can be annoying, it’s just a normal metabolic phenomenon. Sweat itself doesn’t smell unless it is decomposed by germs, then the odor will occur.

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During the period of the COVID-19 pandemic, various products show up and then claim themselves have an effective and unique function against microbes such as viruses, bacteria, or molds. Facing all these products, the problem first coming into our head maybe is “Are these products really as good as their advertisement or it just a sales talk?”. To clarify this question and purchase the product with confidence, we only need to understand the meaning of some terms wrote on the label.

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In the hot summer, people should be more careful about illness enters by the mouth! It’s the most active time for bacteria such as Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus. In order to prevent food poisoning, people get used to put uneaten food into refrigerator. 

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Do you know that antibiotics are antibacterial drugs made from molds?

Nowadays, with the advance in medical technology. It may hardly imagine that in the era without antibiotics. Many diseases can’t be treated when it happens, sometime just because of bacterial infection in a small wound can kill a person, such as syphilis, pulmonary Tuberculosis, and scarlet fever. But now they can be cured by using antibiotic directly or indirectly.

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When it comes to mold, we usually found it from food, bathroom, corner, even clothes.

But in fact, mold is also widely used in medical, food, and scientific development, and it has made great contributions to human life!

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Mold is tiny and it can be everywhere, we couldn’t see the mold by the eyes, but don’t overlook it!

Generally speaking, the immune system of a healthy human body can remove most of the pollen, dust mites, dust, mold spores. that enter the lungs through breathing. People (such as: AIDS, diabetes patients….), inhalation of mold spores may cause some diseases, such as pulmonary aspergillosis, the spores inhaled in the lungs grow out of mycelium in the lungs (Fungal ball), and then have obvious symptoms similar to tuberculosis, coughing up blood and losing weight.

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When we are working on a project, we often see factories using cheap, one-time-use pallets and laminates. Generally speaking, it is recommended to use plastic pallets and laminates instead.

At once, many people will have a doubt, why should I change a new one if it still useful?

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Mold is actually ubiquitous in our living environment , but why do most product inspections and protections target bacteria rather than mold? And how does mold do harm to the human body in life? Today we want to tell everyone:

1. The air is actually full of mold. The mold is very light and tiny. It is very difficult to completely eliminate them, but it is possible to prevent the item from becoming moldy!

2. Alcohol can achieve its anti-bacterial and anti-mold effects by following a simple principle!

3. Is it safe to eat moldy food? No! Of course! Even if the food is only a little bit moldy, don’t eat it!

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In our daily life, we often use alcohol as a disinfectant.

But is alcohol a suitable substance to kill bacteria or mold?

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Most of manufacturers of the air purifiers in the market show their CADR value to help consumers choose suitable air purifiers.
But… what is the CADR value?

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