I use Method, BabyGanics and Seventh Generation cleaning products. They are all natural, biodegrable, and safe! If you're washing dishes in a dishwasher the heat from the water will be enough to kill most germs. As for handwashing dishes and washing hands, any soap will kill germs. Soap and the action of washing hands are enough to sort of "burst" the germs, which kills them and gets them off your hands.But, as was mentioned before, it's really not necessary to be super concerned about household germs. We don't use any antibacterial prouducts, we don't sanitize anything and our kids are incredibly healthy. They eat food off the floor, they chew on shopping cart handles, they really only wash their hands at bath time, and they have very strong immune systems because of all that. When they get sick the most that happens is they have a fever over night, even when they encounter a cold that knock my husband and I out for a week. Exposure to common germs is essential to a healthy, strong immune system.