Alcohol disinfection cannot be directly sprayed inside the car. Because alcohol is flammable and explosive, it is prone to fire in the confined space of the car.
There are many people who want to disinfect the inside of their cars because of the epidemic, and they want to know, can they spray alcohol directly in their cars to disinfect them? Let’s find out together below.
In order to avoid damaging the accessories in the car, peracetic acid and chlorine dioxide are recommended as disinfectants in the car.
As alcohol is an organic solvent, the owner of a car whose interior is made of genuine leather should pay attention not to wipe the interior made of genuine leather, otherwise it will cause damage to the interior, and the car chrome and spray parts will also be due to alcohol corrosion and fade, the owner of the car in the wipe car interior should pay attention to avoid wiping these parts.
It is best for car owners to use a towel dipped in alcohol to wipe the interior of the car, instead of spraying alcohol directly into the interior of the car, to avoid excessive alcohol concentration in the air and the risk of causing fire. When the owner is wiping the inside of the car, remember to turn off the vehicle first, and then wipe it after the engine stops working with the equipment in the car.
In fact, the most reliable disinfection in the car is ozone disinfection. If the air conditioner is turned on with an ozone generator and a circular disinfection is done, the disinfection will be more thorough, and all aspects of the car can actually be sterilized. In addition, it can also help remove peculiar smell in the car.
Private cars are advised to open windows outdoors for ventilation. In the underground garage, the windows can be closed and the air conditioning can be turned on for ventilation. In the current COVID-19 epidemic, passengers are advised to sit in the back row. Passengers and drivers should wear masks.