Disinfecting your home could keep you safe from coronavirus
Across the United States and the world, families are hunkering within the safety of their homes to escape COVID-19. The highly contagious virus has been proven to infect fewer people when societies practice social distancing. However, even within the cozy confines of your own home, the virus can still lurk. It’s important to stay vigilant, especially if you or someone you live with is still venturing out into the world.
The virus can live on the surface of your phone or stick to your clothes, or even to packages your order.
Research indicates that the virus could stick to common surfaces for up to several days according to research done by the National Institute of Health.
It’s important that you regularly sanitize your home. In particular, you’ll want to disinfect areas you or your family spend a lot of time in and surfaces you touch often.
Your home office, in particular, could be a breeding ground for the virus. It’s where you spend all your time touching your face, typing on your keyboard, and coughing without covering your mouth.
Door handles and nobs, kitchen counters and coffee tables could also be riddled with contagions. It’s important to sanitize these areas as frequently as possible especially when they’ve been exposed to an individual who could have been in contact with the virus. To make sure your home is as clean as it can be why not call in a weekly maid service?
While you and your family escape to the backyard or your local state park let So-Neat! disinfect your household.
They’ll use CDC recommended cleaning solutions with enough alcohol and bleach to effectively kill the virus.
A maid service will do more than just sanitize your home; they’ll be sure to disinfect it as well. Sanitizing your home is a quick clean that reduces the number of germs on a surface while disinfecting usually takes about 10 minutes and kills germs on the surface, according to Good House Keeping. Both disinfecting and sanitizing are less effective on a dirty surface, meaning your home will need a deep clean before it’s ready to be disinfected from the coronavirus. A maid service will make sure your home is spic and span in a timely manner and get straight to disinfecting.
This latest pandemic may seem scary, but the best thing you can do is keep yourself and family safe, let So-Neat! help.