Dd has been doing this since she could use her hands to pick things up.
Okay here is a better example,
Then you shouldn't use it . . . .
That article is not really very persuasive. I should stop using chlorine bleach because it doesn't really remove stains, it just makes them invisible? And that would be a problem why?
I should stop using bleach because someone else might pour ammonia down the sink and somewhere along the way they will mix and become toxic? That might be true if we were talking about massive amounts of both being suddenly poured into a system, like a chemical waste dump. But honestly, bleach in water quickly breaks down into water and salts, which is why you cannot just add chlorine to your pool once a year and be done with it.
I should stop supporting companies that make bleach because they make a bunch of other nasty stuff? That's pretty vague and unpersuasive.
Bleach is one of the best agents around for disinfection and one of the few that kills both bacteria and viruses, not to mention it's a fairly effective pesticide....kills bedbug larvae in sheets, for instance.
I don't think any product should be OVERUSED, but honestly, it's a fairly benign product, as long as you use common sense --i.e, don't use a cup of bleach where two tablespoons will do, and don't use it every time you wash just because you can.
I tried it,