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Cleaning Up and Keeping Safe
What to Keep What to Toss

8/29/2011

Use bleach to clean things that food will touch, like counter tops and plates.
 
• Wear rubber boots, rubber gloves, and goggles.
• Scrub with a mix of 1 teaspoon of household
liquid bleach in 1 gallon of water. Use bleach that
does not have an added scent (like lemon). Don’t
rinse. Air dry.
• Scrub the outside of food cans before opening
them. Use 1 cup of household liquid bleach in
5 gallons of water. Use bleach that does not have
an added scent (like lemon). Don’t rinse. Air dry.
• Never mix bleach with ammonia or other
cleaners.
• Open windows and doors to get fresh air when
you use bleach.
 
Throw out things you cannot make safe.
• Throw out any food that has touched fl ood water.
• Throw out bulging and open food cans.
• Throw out wooden cutting boards and spoons.
• Throw out food that has touched fl ood water.
• Throw out baby bottle nipples and pacifi ers.

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