Cleaning Tips For Keeping the Coronavirus Out Of Your House

As the coronavirus lockdown measures are being eased around the world, people are cautious and wondering how to properly clean and disinfect homes against the coronavirus. At C&C Cleaning, we can help reduce your anxiety because we have the answer to this question.

You can reach out to us for some excellent coronavirus home cleaning tips or you can simply schedule a thorough cleaning of your space. Our experienced hygiene professionals will employ all their skills to make your house as coronavirus-proof as possible.

How to disinfect everything: coronavirus home cleaning tips

The reason why the coronavirus disease is so difficult to fight is the fact that it is highly contagious. As with all such diseases, it is necessary to perform a tremendous amount of cleaning and disinfecting in order to prevent the spread. We’ve got practical tips for cleaning and disinfecting your house, your stuff and yourself.

Disinfect your home properly

In the present circumstances, your house will need deeper and more frequent cleanings than ordinary. The parts of the house that you have to first clean, then properly disinfect are all frequently touched surfaces, from tables and kitchen counters to smaller surfaces such as door handles and light switches.

You need to clean them in detail using a suitable cleaning agent and water to remove any dirt, and then disinfect them using an appropriate disinfectant. Don’t forget to wear gloves and protective glasses when you use bleach. Also, ventilate the house during and after disinfection.

Keep your stuff clean

Items such as mobile phones and similar devices belong to the category of high-touch surfaces. Disinfecting wipes will probably be great for disinfecting your devices unless the manufacturer’s cleaning instructions say differently.

In addition to devices, you have to pay attention to the items that enter your home, for example, packages and mail. The official recommendation is to disinfect them lightly, whereas food and food packaging do not require disinfection since the coronavirus doesn’t seem to spread through them. Also, wash your laundry the way you usually do, but don’t forget to disinfect the surfaces that were in contact with dirty clothes.

Make yourself virus-free

Last but not least, you have to keep yourself protected from the virus. The most obvious way to do so is by frequent handwashing with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub. Also, stay at home whenever you can and do everything that can be done from there, for example, shopping. When you have to visit a physical store, plan your shopping ahead, and try to go once a week instead of every other day. Keep a safe 6 feet distance in public and wear a mask. On top of that, constantly remind yourself not to touch your face.

How to protect your home

Although you try to keep your home clean and decluttered at all times, the current situation is like no other in the past. To make your home virus-free, treat every part of it using suitable efficient cleaning products:

  • Use a bleach mixture to clean floors.
  • Use disinfectant wipes for quick cleanings.
  • A disinfectant spray is great for cleaning surfaces.
  • Hydrogen peroxide will work on bathroom surfaces.

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There’s no doubt that reading and following new safety recommendations on cleaning agents and disinfecting procedures can be a little bit overwhelming. The good news is that you actually don’t have to.

All you have to do is call us today and book your thorough house cleaning. This will also free up some of your time, allowing you to relax doing what you love, whether it’s enjoying a hiking trail in Fort Harrison State Park or just lounging on your sofa. Don’t wait any longer, book with us today!