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Cleaning Tips For Preventing The Spread Of Coronavirus

With the global increase in the number of coronavirus cases, it is important to do anything that will help to stop or reduce the spread of the disease. The disease is spread by droplets from an infected person when they sneeze or cough. These droplets can contaminate surfaces in the house and facilitate the spreading of the disease. Therefore, house cleaning and disinfecting is an important activity that can help reduce the spread of the virus.

However, to get the best from house cleaning and disinfection, one must use the right chemicals, equipment, and techniques. That is why in this article, you will learn some of these techniques and how to effectively carry our house cleaning and disinfection to help control the spread of coronavirus.

  1. Always use the recommended chemicals and cleaning supplies.

Coronavirus can stay on different surfaces from few hours to days. But the good thing is that researchers have found out that the virus can be inactivated using soap and alcohol-based sanitizers. You can use soap and water to clean the dirty surfaces in your home. Then use an alcohol based product of about 70% to disinfect after cleaning.

Alcohol-based sanitizers are a scarce commodity this time as people are competing to buy them. Using soap alone to clean your house and surfaces is enough to kill the virus. But if you are not sure and want to take extra precautionary measures, you can add a diluted bleach solution to water for disinfection. You should also note that vinegar and other natural cleaners may not be strong enough to kill the virus.

Make sure you read the precautions from the manufactures for any chemical or cleaning supplies to be safe. You should also refer to the local authority for recommendations on what type of chemical and cleaning supply to use in your area.

  1. Disinfect more than one time

Depending on the type of disinfectant you have, it may take some time for it to be effective. Some require that the disinfectant stays for some time on the surface before they can work well. It is good to take the time to read the instruction and wait for it to work well.

Also, you should take note of the surfaces that people touch regularly. You need to take extra time to clean this surface and also disinfect them regularly. Bathroom surfaces, taps, chairs, door knob and handle of appliances, remote control and computer keyboard, hand railings, light switches, and tables.

  1. Deep clean your house and wash your clothes

The preventive measures to avoid getting coronavirus according to health experts are regular washing of hands, maintaining social distance, and using of nose mask in public. However, you may be scared that you’ve taken the virus into your home by any means. You can keep your mind at rest by doing a deep clean and washing your clothes.

To avoid the doubt of missing any part, you can always get a reputable cleaning service company to do a deep cleaning of your house.

Scientists and health experts around the world are all working to finding a lasting solution and cure for coronavirus. However, before they find a solution, it is best we all play our part in reducing the spread of the disease.  It is necessary to clean your house and disinfect it to be sure that you are safe from the virus. You can always get a reputable professional cleaning service to do the best job.

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Maggy Maid Referral Agency continues to offer an essential service by referring experts to help our customers with household disinfecting and home sanitizing. To protect customers and our referred house cleaners, we are: 1. Relaying regulations to the referred cleaners, like wearing masks and gloves. 2. Corresponding with house cleaners and the customers. In case of illness, we are available to cancel appointments or make appointment changes. 3. Customers and referred cleaners are requested to make us aware of any illness to eliminate the spread of Covid-19. 4. Monitoring updates from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in regards to safety and regulations. 5. Conforming to city and state regulations within our industry. 6. Offering Customers ability to log in to our website and self-serve cancel appointments at any time, and the referred house cleaners can do the same. This gives customers and house cleaners ultimate control, even when our office is closed.