Yes this is how we understood it.
When the change was implemented all of our previous informative / helpful
comments to reviews were removed as well.
We suppose that since infections are generally caused by viruses or bacteria, that if
a product is actually infecting people it should be removed from the market for containing
viruses or bacteria.
If we use some foot spray in a way “not intended” like spraying it on our eyes well that
certainly would cause some harm… but not directly cause an “infection”.
This is good advice and a great work around when there are previously asked
questions on a product that are relevant.
We suppose that if there was a question about the ingredients of a product a seller
could respond, once receiving a bad review like this one, that the product contains
no known viruses or bacteria’s.
This is always good advice.
Agreed… even when they are.
In any event @Original_Foot_Dope seems to have the right idea concerning
selling on Amazon…