字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Our next question comes to us. The email from Sander and Addison, Vermont, writes Dear doctors. I'm a big fan of anti bacterial wipes. I use them all the time on just about everything. However, I worry that the harsh chemicals aren't good for my two year old daughter. Do you have any suggestions? Well, I know someone else who's a big fan of antibacterial wipes looking at me for. You guys know I love my wife. Of course, I love to keep things clean but full. Sometimes that's a good thing that sometimes those chemicals don't agree with some people's skin, so you can actually make your own at home. Using two really great ingredients, basically a baby lotion and rubbing alcohol, take two equal parts of each. And just first off, you wanna mix together, poured into a as like a Ziploc bag so you can get the two really mixed up together and pour that mixture into assailable container. Then put some dry wipes. Paper towels. They need to be kind of thick and strong. No, put him in there, and that will soak up that solution kind of. After that, mix it around a little bit after several minutes, maybe half hour. So it'll be it'll be all soaked up and it'll look like this. And you've got nice smelling, Ah, baby lotion filled and rubbing alcohol cleaning lights. And, you know, I've been using wrong rubbing alcohol to actually clean my hands in my office for years, and it works really well to clean the head. Try one. Jim, you're rubbing. Alcohol is great because it also is effective against viruses. So all you're using its antibacterial wipes. You got to make sure there's a least a 60% or more concentration of alcohol. Otherwise, you don't get the virus is so I don't know if you'll do this. Every time I leave the year I take the local swabs, wipe off my my phone, my stethoscope and everything else. So alcohol is a cheap, effective cleaner. Both bacteria is actually really moist. Ugo, you having fun?