One of your family member have plantar wart and not really sure what it is. So he just doing his daily routine using the shower as usually while picking the wart of during his shower. Then your other family member start using the shower and now it seem like the wart has spread to the other member of your family.
If this kind of scenario sound familiar to you, you probably looking for way to disinfect your shower room to make sure the virus can't infect any other people in your family. Luckily, there is something you can do to reduce the virus in your shower.
People said that you can bleech the shower floor to get rid of the virus. Then you can use some cleaning and disinfecting products such as Lysol to make the shower even safer. To reduce the possibility of reinfection, the family member with plantar wart can cover the wart by putting some sort of duct tape or pad over it. You can also put Dr. Scholl's Plantar Wart remover over the wart which can help to cover the wart while treating it.
Knowing the shower is infected with some viruses that can cause plantar wart is kind of scary. But you can easily try to disinfect the shower by using bleech and cleaning product such as Lysol. Other than covering the wart, the member of the family who have plantar wart can get rid of the wart using many over the counter remedies that available in the market today. You can also take them to the doctor for more professional treatment and advice.
Further reading :
Is it OK to go to the spa if you have plantar warts?
Can plantar warts spread through bed sheets?
How long do plantar warts usually last?
Monday, August 6, 2012
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