How to get rid of your ‘toxic’ office chair
New research suggests it’s easier to get your office chair to dance again than you think.
A team of researchers at The University of Michigan have found that people can use different ways to dispose of their office chairs.
Using a mixture of the two strategies, they found that a small amount of bleach is the most effective.
“We have used bleach for years in other studies and it was found to be a safe alternative,” lead author of the study, Stephanie Bowers, said in a press release.
“It doesn’t have the potential to kill any organisms in the body and it doesn’t kill the bacteria or fungi that are causing the problem.”
The team’s results were published in the journal PLOS ONE.
The research team, led by Dr Juhana D’Souza, spent about a year testing different methods of removing the chair from its position.
They found that some of the methods they tested were more effective than others.
The team looked at two different strategies to remove a chair from the position.
One was to put it in a bucket, which they found to produce a cleaner solution.
The second was to use a liquid dishwasher to scrub the chair, which produced a cleaner alternative.
The researchers found that one method produced a significantly cleaner solution than the other, and that bleach was the most successful option.
“The more you can use bleach, the better,” Bowers said.
“In fact, we think bleach is actually better than other cleaners for this.”
While this is not an easy trick to pull off, it’s an effective one.
“If you are looking for a cleaner option, I would definitely recommend using this,” Bower said.
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