Not just your theory.
There have been numerous studies, reported in MSM, about the harm anti-bacterial home products are causing. Just heard another one on NPR last week that linked asthma and allergies to homescapes that try to be too clean.
This is pretty well known. Hard to understand why the big home product manufactures keep touting anti-microbial when any consumer who reads the science pages knows such products are detrimental. It's actually hard to find cleaning products that don't claim to anti-microbial "benefits." I don't two stones about organic or enviro-safer cleaning products, but have found myself having to go there because I do read the science pages and do not want products that try to kill microbes.
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