Introducing one of the two sterilizations necessary to prolong the life of flowers. There are various germs that cause the flowers in the vase to die. Measures include changing the water, placing it in a cool place so that no germs grow, and cutting the tip of the stem. There are many other ways you can do it with daily necessities. Typical examples include 10-yen coins, bleach, and carbonated water.
It is said that a ten-yen coin is effective for disinfection in water. Used for shopping and vending machines, 100 yen coin. Fifty-yen coin This is a ten-yen coin that is broken down from various coins and that everybody has on a daily basis. The ten-yen coin contains copper, which has a bactericidal effect and helps to extend the life of the flower. According to the basics of applied microbiology, " -SH groups in proteins present in bacterial and mold cell substrates are tightly bound to metal ions. It is said that there is a theory (1) span> that sterilization is achieved by inhibiting the respiration of cells. Copper is said to have a very strong disinfecting power among metals, as shown in the figure. Gold and silver besides copper also have a bactericidal effect. By all means, please put a 10 yen coin in the vase.
It is said that bleach is effective for disinfection in water. Often used for washing.
A liquid that whitens the shirt again when spilling ketchup or soy sauce on a white shirt.
It also has the effect of suppressing the growth of bacteria and mold and other germs,
Flowers can last longer. However, if you put too much it will hurt the flowers,
According to shufuse, " Add one to two drops of bleach to 200㏄ of water (2) span> It is said that. If you have chlorine bleach at home
I think you should try it.
Have you ever heard that adding carbonated water will sterilize it? Yes, it is carbonated water sold at convenience stores and vending machines. The main components of carbonated water are carbonic acid (carbon dioxide) and water. This carbonic acid sterilizes. According to ALLABOUT Gourmet, " Virus and microorganisms cannot survive in carbonated water (3) ” Carbonated water is weakly acidic and sterilizes.