Antibacterial wipes,antimicrobial disinfectants and cleaning supplies are among the most expensive items to buy and use, according to a new report from the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
Consumers are also more likely to pay for these items than other items, which makes it more difficult to obtain clean water and other essential supplies.
The CPSC report shows that the most common disinfectant disinfectant products, which include soap, toothpaste, shampoo, soaps, toothbrushes and body wash, cost an average of $2,907 per kit compared with $1,099 for toothpaste and $1.05 for shampoo.
The report also shows that a $1-a-month anti-perspirant and anti-fungal spray was the most popular disinfectant purchase for American households, followed by a $10 a month anti-fluoridation spray and a $3 a month disinfectant for disinfectant supplies.
In the U.S., consumers have spent an average $2.34 per month on household supplies, including shampoo, toothbrush, hand sanitizer, toilet paper and cleaning kits, according a study published in the March issue of the journal Consumer Reports.
That’s $1 more per month than the average household spending in the U: $2 per month.
According to the CPSC, household supplies are the most commonly purchased items among Americans who have household incomes of $50,000 or more.
In terms of cost per household, disposable disposable household disposable household household disposable disposable disposable Household disposable disposable, or disposable, disposable Household household disposable Household $1 $1 1,000 $2 $2 1,500 $2 500 $2 2,000 Household $2 3 $2 4,000 5 $3 6,500 Household $3 8 $3 10,000 11 $4 12,500 Total Household $4 22 $5 30,000 33 $6 33,500 Source: CPSC study