I found this article today, great read. Propelyne glycol known to kill pneumococci, streptococci, staphylococci.
Wow that paper is from 1942! If it happened it 42 it all still happen 74 years later though. My first thought was I hope it’s not killing my colony of bacteria of been brewing for decades.
On skimming it the PGis a carrier for not the active, so I don’t think we are in any trouble and if we thought there was a benefit in knocking off the pesky little ones opposed to the good ones, that doesn’t look like happening either way. It needs resorcinol and/or sodium hypochlorite.
Definitely peaked my interest. Thanks.
Holy guacamole, good find, sir.
This is the very reason I order my NIC in 100% PG solution
PG has a much better shelf-life and it’s antibacterial
Just to be clear the heading is misleading. From my reading it is not anti-bacterial on its own!
I stand corrected, good one.