Why use anti-bacterial spray and wipes (that pollute the air you breathe) when a simple wipe over with white vinegar and hot water cleans, disinfectants and deodorises?
Consider the making of sandwiches for children’s lunches. If you’ve used an anti-bacterial spray on your kitchen bench, the chemical residues will transfer into the bread. If, on the other hand, you’ve wiped over the bench using white vinegar, vinegar (a product you can and do eat) is the only residue that can possibly transfer into your child’s lunch.
Anti-bacterial spray and wipes are unnecessary in the average modern home.