The Best Way to Disinfect and Clean Your House

According to the CDC, cleaning often touched surfaces and objects helps prevent the spread of respiratory diseases such as the coronavirus. Thus, regularly cleaning and disinfecting these surfaces can decrease the odds of contracting the virus. Have a look at the vital coronavirus house cleaning hints below. 

Coronavirus house cleaning tips

  • Clean surfaces using water and soap.
  • Then, use an EPA-approved household soap. Using an alcohol solution with 70% alcohol can also be acceptable.
  • To ensure the products work as planned, follow the directions on the labels.
  • Often, disinfectant products recommend keeping the surface wet for a little while and ensuring that you have appropriate ventilation during the use of the product.

Soft surfaces

  • Clean soft items, like carpeted floor, rugs, and drapes, using water and soap or cleansers suitable for use on those surfaces.
  • When it’s possible, launder the items following the instructions manual. Wash items with hot water and dry them completely. Alternatively, disinfect with EPA-registered household soap.

Electronics

  • For electronics, such as tablets, touch screens, keyboards, and remote controls, follow the manufacturer’s directions for cleaning and disinfecting. Generally, it’s safe to use alcohol-based wipes or sprays containing at least 70% alcohol. Await the surfaces to dry completely.
  • Consider placing a wipeable cover on electronics, if at all possible.

Laundry

  • Wash clothes, towels, linens, and other things following the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • For the best outcomes against pathogens, use the warmest appropriate water setting and dry things completely.
  • Wear disposable gloves if you are going to be touching laundry from a person who’s sick. But remember not to shake filthy laundry.
  • It is safe to wash dirty laundry from someone who’s ill with different people’s items.
  • Remove the gloves and wash your hands right after you finish doing the laundry.

Coronavirus house cleaning — when somebody is sick

Bedroom and bath

  • The individual who’s sick should have another bedroom and bathroom and should stay separated from others in the home as much as you can.
  • Wearing gloves and a mask or other face covering, wash the area around the person who is sick only when needed to help limit your contact with the man who is sick.
  • Also, wearing a mask, and if they are able, the individual who’s sick can wash their own area. Give them cleaning materials, such as tissues, paper towels, cleaners, and EPA-registered disinfectants.
  • Should you share a bathroom, the man or woman who’s ill should clean and disinfect after each use. If that is not possible and the caretaker should do the cleaning and disinfecting, they should wait as long as possible.

Food

  • After eating, the individual who’s sick should eat (or be fed up ) separately in their area if possible. Wear gloves when washing or handling utensils and dishes.

Trash

  • Have a separate lined trash can for the person who is sick. Always wear gloves when handling garbage or garbage bags, and wash your hands then.

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If you attempt to provide a healthier environment in your house during the pandemic, follow along with coronavirus house cleaning tips or look no farther than PuroClean. As highly trained restoration professionals, PuroClean could provide a distinction between deep cleaning and surface cleaning, complementing the efforts of a homeowner or business owner. Contact us today for residential or industrial coronavirus cleaning services.

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