The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Wednesday approved home disinfectant sprays that will be marketed in grocery stores, pharmacies and convenience stores.
Home disinfectant is a chemical compound that’s made up of a combination of three elements: chlorine, sodium hydroxide and fluorine.
The compounds are then combined in a sprayer to kill bacteria.
Home-disinfectant spray is one of the most popular products in the U.K., with consumers spending more than $300 billion a year on it, according to the U,S.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Home Disinfectant Spray Gun (HDG) is a spray gun manufactured by Home Depot.
The HDG was approved in January for use in a single-use sprayer.
The Home Disinister spray can be used to disinfect a room or bathroom, but it is not recommended for residential use.
Home Depot says the HDG is the best disinfection spray for indoor use and for children.
It can be sprayed onto surfaces with no harmful fumes or particles, and can also be used for cleaning of kitchen surfaces and laundry.