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How to Clean and Disinfect Yourself, Your Home, and Your Stuff

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Clean and Disinfect Yourself – Novel Coronavirus has caused a pandemic condition across the world, locking everyone inside their house for self-isolation. But still, to meet the daily needs, people have to move out of their house during this lockdown and buy essentials like foods from grocery stores, supplies from pharmacy and more. But people were asked to be more cautious than ever before when they are in public places as the public surfaces are highly touched and you are likely to bring home the virus by touching those infected surfaces in public places. In a bid to minimize the exposure to this deadly virus people must keep their home sanitized and disinfected using the safety and home cleaning tips To Keep Home Virus Free.

Stay safe at home and Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds before and after touching any exposed surfaces and also clean your house regularly to keep it germ-free and virus free. Below are some of the effective methods to practice in order To Keep Yourself Virus Free and make your house, and stuff disinfected and clean.

Keeping Yourself Virus Free Always

Clean and Disinfect Yourself – According to the recommendation from the World Health Organization and CDC, people are required to wash their hands after sneezing, coughing and touching the face or other surfaces. This will lower the risk of contracting the virus. You must consider washing your hands regularly after using restrooms or any surfaces in public that are highly exposed to the virus. Before leaving and returning from grocery stores you must wash your hands. If possible carry a small packet of hand sanitizer so that you can quickly clean your hands even in public places to stay safe and virus free.

In a bid to stop the spreading of Coronavirus, governments across the world have called a lockdown and being the responsible resident of your country it is necessary that you follow the guidelines and Stay Home safely during the lockdown. Even if you are not sick or infected with the virus, it is safe to stay back at home in such a pandemic situation caused by COVID-19. Going out in public places and large crowds pose an unnecessary risk not only to you but also to other people surrounding you. The more you are in the public, the more chances to get the virus and infection.

Some of the Important Rules to Stay Safe is mentioned below:

  • Stay back at home as much as possible.
  • Maintain social distancing of about 6 feet from other people.
  • Wash your hands regularly at an interval of 20 seconds or use sanitizers.
  • Wear a protective mask if you are sneezing or coughing.

Is Face Mask Necessary for All?

One thing to mention here is that not all people are required to wear face masks. But, Why You Should Avoid Face Masks (For Now)? Well, the face mask is only suggested for people that are sick or for the people that are treating the infected person. The caregivers, doctors and the infected patients are the ones who need a face mask, not all. So, if you are not infected you don’t have to wear it, simply maintain a distance of 6 feet from the infected person and you will be safe. The virus is transmitted by person to person contact or by respiratory droplets and the droplets never stay suspended in the air as it falls to the ground within 6 feet of the infected person when they cough or sneeze.

Cleaning Home and Making it Virus Free

Clean and Disinfect Yourself – Apart from keeping yourself virus-free, it is also equally important To Keep your Home Virus Free with the best home cleaning exercises and practices suggested by experts. Cleaning means removing contaminants from mostly touched surfaces and disinfecting is actually killing the pathogens and homeowners are required to do both to make their home virus-free and clean.

Scientists have confirmed that COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus can survive on surfaces for up to 36 hours depending upon the surface and materials. So, cleaning all the surfaces and floors of your house is very important. You must Target Your Home’s High Touch Surfaces and clean and disinfect them on a regular basis. This includes kitchen counters, table surfaces, doorknobs, dining chairs, faucet and knobs, bathroom counters, light switches, TV remote, game controllers, toilet seats and more.

Firstly you need to clean these surfaces and remove contaminants, debris and dust by wiping them with soapy water. Secondly, you need to apply disinfectant and you can do this by using disinfectant wipes or sprays. You can also make use of Isopropyl Alcohol or Hydrogen Peroxide for disinfecting the surfaces.

What If You Don’t Have Store-Bought Disinfectants?

If you Cannot Find Store-Bought Disinfectants, you can either prepare your own disinfectant spray or wipes at home or use more soapy water and scrubbing the surfaces. To make your own disinfectant spray at home you need to follow the below methods.

  • Take 4 tsp of household bleach.
  • 1 quarter of water and pour them into a one-quarter bottle and shake it strongly.
  • Spray the solution on surfaces after cleaning to disinfect the area and allow the solution to sit for at least 10 minutes and wipe it away with the wet cloth.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Excellent blog, these days especially when the COVID is rising, it is important to disinfect each and everything in the house. I have two little daughters in my house so I am always very conscious about cleanliness. But since the COVID has come, I have become even more conscious.

  2. I am a big clean freak, and I keep using these methods to keep my home clean and germ-free. So, thank you for spreading awareness and easy tips on maintaining cleanliness at home.

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