Simple Things You Can Do To Disinfect Your Home

The Coronavirus outbreak can be pretty brutal, however, there are several things you can do to prevent the virus from spreading inside your home, such as these.

Commonly used items

Items like gadgets, TV remotes, and other items which you are using daily may be a favourite place for germs to hang around. Do you remember when was the last time you cleaned them? According to a study, the Coronavirus can live on inanimate surfaces like metal, glass, or plastic, and remain infectious up to 9 days. Wash and sanitize your hands before and after using these tech devices. Also, you can use an alcohol-based product to clean out the germs and potential virus on your phone, laptops or other devices.

 

Bathrooms

There must be a lot of harmful germs in your bathroom if you don’t clean it frequently. These harmful germs can cause you diarrhea, flu, fever or other diseases. It’s important to disinfect your bathrooms twice a month or more during this pandemic outbreak. You can make your own disinfectant liquid by pouring 4 teaspoons of household bleach, and one-quart water into a quart bottle spray and spray it onto the surface of the bathroom. If you don’t have any of those materials, worry not as we are here to help you with our UltraCare Disinfection Cleaning. The process is non-toxic and can last up to 3 months. 

 

Laundry

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Are you aware that the virus can last on your clothes too? Coronavirus may remain viable for hours to days on surfaces made from various materials, which includes clothing. Therefore, put your clothes in the laundry basket after you come back from a quick grocery run. You can use hot water to wash your clothes as most viruses won’t survive in temperatures above 60C.

 

It’s just important for you to disinfect your home to protect you and your family from the current pandemic that can last for a few days on surfaces. You can book our UltraCare Disinfection Services now, and we are happy to help remove 99.9% of harmful germs and viruses in your home.