For the first time in a long time, the United States has entered a new era of cleaning. The fear of the coronavirus has Americans cleaning and cleaning again. During uncertain times, it’s more important than ever to be confident in the safety of the places where you live, work, send your children to school, and receive medical care.
What’s the difference between cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing?
Know your cleaning products and techniques
What should you clean and disinfect?
High touch and horizontal surfaces. The virus can live on certain surfaces for an extended amount of time. High touch surfaces would be doors, doorbells, mailboxes, light switches, refrigerator handles, etc., as well as horizontal surfaces people are most likely to touch, which include countertops, desks, vanities, etc.
How can I keep myself and others safe?
When in doubt, you can always call a professional cleaner. A legitimate cleaning professional should always know their cleaning products, dwell times, and techniques to avoid cross contamination, so be sure to ask questions and properly vet them.
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