HOW BEST TO CLEAN AND CARRY OUT A DISINFECTION IN YOUR HOME

Hello everyone, we want to use this opportunity to welcome you to another informative, and educational post aimed at giving you tips on how best to keep your home clean and free from diseases.

We believe we have all heard of the Coronavirus, the new epidemic making news headlines for the wrong reasons. We do not wish to spread panic but to show you how you can keep yourself and your family safe from it and other diseases.

There are times when a household needs a cleaning expert to handle the hygiene of a home, and we can say with confidence that there is no better time than now. I, for one, have been in the cleaning business for twenty years, so we know a thing or two about keeping places clean. we will be talking from a practical point of view, so you are free to do more research and consult with the WHO, CDC, and your local government agencies for more healthy tips.

There is a common misconception we would like to clarify using this blog post, and it comes in the form of a simple question,

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CLEANING, SANITIZING, AND DISINFECTION?

Sanitizing can be seen as the deliberate act of killing a certain amount of disease-causing organisms. This amount is mostly regulated by the public health agencies e.g., WHO, CDC, and your local government agencies. Sanitizers are the most commonly found among the three and can be found in almost every public place, doing the job of keeping people protected from harmful organisms.

Disinfection, on the other hand, can be described as the process of getting rid of all the disease-causing organisms at all levels, using chemicals, heat, or any other suitable method. There are two types of disinfectants which are:

The general disinfectants, which can be found in every store near you and the hospital-grade disinfectants, which, as the name implies, are mostly used in hospitals.

WHEN SHOULD YOU CARRY OUT A DISINFECTION?

HOW SHOULD YOU CARRY OUT A DISINFECTION?

We also want to talk about dual time, which is the time it takes for disinfectants to do their jobs. The estimated time is at least 5 minutes.

WHERE SHOULD YOU CARRY OUT A DISINFECTION?

Conclusion:

Most times, using products doesn’t always mean you are using them well, so always read instructions before use (forget what you see in TV commercials). Try to stay health-conscious and keep yourself and your family safe.

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