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“White vinegar, methylated spirits [denatured alcohol], lemon juice, and baking soda are all good household cleaners which normally don’t cause reactions in respiratory patients,” says Russell Winwood of COPD Athlete.Is it safe to clean with COPD?
Fortunately, this shouldn't be too difficult since most cleaning projects can be completed with just warm water, vinegar, or soap. If you have COPD, you should always avoid commercial cleaning products that are not specifically designed to be lung-safe. It's just not worth risking a flare-up or permanent worsening of your disease.Can cleaning products cause a COPD flare-up?
Harsh chemical cleaning products can trigger a flare up with your COPD, but you can always make your own cleaner. White vinegar is a classic ingredient in making a home cleaner that is not as dangerous as strong chemicals can be.How should I clean my house if I have COPD?
The room being cleaned should be well ventilated, and someone who doesn’t have COPD should wield the mop and scrub brush (and the person with COPD should steer clear until the job is done). After use, cleaning products should be tightly capped and put away.