Thursday, September 6, 2012

Shaklee's incredible disinfectant - Basic-G.

Ironically, as I was compiling this post, one of my Shaklee team members posted this information today:

"I just got back from an early morning appt with my 3 year old. We noticed his hands were blistered last night after his bath, so I called and they rushed me in this morning. Turns out my little guy has chemical burns on his hands from ONE Clorox wipe. My husband said that he found him with it after he had wiped the counter down, but didn't think anything of, and then he put him in the bath, so he thought it would take care of any chemicals. He thinks he got it out of the trash. Protect your babies, don't wait to use up all the other stuff like me..."

Pediatrician confirmed "chemical burns". Her little guy is three years old.

I love G - oh goodness, I love it! Not only does it disinfect, it cleans amazingly well! Here are some items I use my G on:

All floors (mixed with H)
All kitchen counters
All bathroom counters
All bathroom hardware/faucets
All toilets, in & out
Kitchen table
Kitchen chairs
Hair/makeup brushes
Trash cans
Keyboards (piano, computers)
Dog crates/bowls
Doorknobs/light switches
Refrigerator, in & out
Outside microwave & oven
Vacuum filters

Basic-G has a 3 year shelf life, which is great because the bottle is huge! Its residual effectiveness lasts up to three days after application. Chlorine (bleach) used as a disinfectant is effective no more than one hour. Great wherever disinfectants are used! Kills up to 99% of bacteria.

Basic-G kills 32 pathogens while Lysol only kills 8 pathogens.

Basic-G Germicide is effective against the following pathogens:

Streptococcus pyogenes *Vaccinia

Salmonella choleraesuis *Rubella (German Measles)

Candida albicans *Adenovirus type 4

Acinetobacter calcoaceticus *Feline picornavirus

Bordetella bronchiseptica *Feline leukemia

Chlamydia psittaci *Canine distemper

Fusobacterium necrophorum * Rabies

Listeria monocytogenes * Pseudorabies

Pasteurella multocida *Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis

Salmonella enteritidis *Infectious bronchitis (Avian IBV)

Enterobacter cloacae *Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)

Enterobacter aerogenes *Transmissible gastroenteritis virus

Proteus vulgaris (TGE)

Salmonella typhimurium Escherichia coli1

Shigella flexneri Proteus mirabilis

Salmonella typhi Streptococcus faecalis1

Staphylococcus aureus Staphylococcus aureus1

(methicillen resistant) Klebsiella pneumoniae1 Shigella sonnei Pseudomonas aeruginosa1 Serratia marcescens Staphylococcus epidermidis2 Trichophyton mentagrophytes Aspergillus niger *HIV-l (AIDS Virus)

*Influenza A/Hong Kong 1 ATCC & antibiotic-resistant strain

*Herpes simplex type I 2 Antibiotic-resistant only

*Herpes simplex type II * Virucidal

Love it. Will never again clean without it! It's a concentrated (all-natural) cleaner, so you add 3/8 teaspoon to a 16 oz. spray bottle of water. That's it! Click here for Basic-G! If you don't like it (haha), you get your money back! Click here to visit my entire Shaklee shop!

** 3/8 teaspoon is more than 1/4, but less than 1/2. I pour G into a 1/2 teaspoon, but don't fill all the way to the top edge. Or, 1/4 teaspoon & then half of that. Or, pour 1/4 teaspoon of G into a 1/2 teaspoon, then add a little. There. I think that's enough options for converting 3/8 tsp. :)

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