What is used to kill germs?
Disinfectant or/and a germicide
Sanitation methods clan and reduce germs on the surface but do not kill the germs. That's why it is very important to read the labels on all your cleaning supplies, because on most of them they're two sets of directions one is for disinfecting (which will kill most germs) and the cleaning which doesn't kill any it just removes the dirt.
No it does not kill germs. Acutally it can create germs. when you dont clean it out very often germs will start 2 form. ______________________ This answer appears to be partially wrong. Results of testing at the University of Florida show that microwaving can kill microbes on sponges. See the full article at: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/61513.php
Preventative measures like proper handwashing and cleaning the physical environment either kill or keep germs from multiplying. When germs infect the body, antibiotics can kill or control the infection/germs. However, because germs have been repeatedly exposed to the agents we use to combat germs, many germs have mutated and no longer respond to the usual agents. This is why doctors have become reluctant to give antibiotics.