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Non-woven bags should be cleaned frequently after use

by:XINYU Non-woven     2022-06-14


As a green and environmentally friendly shopping bag, the environmentally friendly non-woven bag has strong toughness, is not easy to break, and can be reused. Therefore, many people habitually put it away when they are used up for the next time. In fact, this approach is unsanitary. Although the environmentally friendly non-woven bag itself is green, non-toxic and non-polluting.





However, when it is used to pack food, especially some unpackaged raw food, there will be a lot of Escherichia coli and some pathogenic viruses on the bag. If it is not cleaned in time, it will endanger people's health when it is used to store items. Therefore, if you use environmentally friendly non-woven bags to pack meat products or fresh vegetables, you should clean the bags in time.



Wenzhou Xinyu Non-woven Fabric Co., LTD. reminds that after cleaning, it should also be dried under the sun to prevent sterilization. Wait until the bag is completely dry before folding it for storage. Although it is only a few small things, but if the small things are not handled well, they often lead to bigger troubles. Therefore, for our health, it is necessary to regularly clean the environmentally friendly non-woven bags.


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