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CWSF 2006 - Saguenay, Québec

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Travis LeBlanc

Which Cleaning and Hygiene Products Are Most and Least Effective in Killing Germs
Division:Physical & Mathematical Sciences
City:Yarmouth County, NS
School:Maple Grove Education Centre
Abstract:This project examines the effectiveness of six different cleaning and hygiene products in killing bacteria. The area clear of bacteria, (the zone of inhibition), for each product was measured in mm and recorded. Bleach was found to be the most effective in killing bacteria, and water the least effective.