Daily Disinfecting to Prevent Coronavirus

In the kitchen:

  • Clean and disinfect countertops, sinks and taps, cabinet handles, appliance handles and cutting boards.
  • Use dishcloths you can wash on the hot cycle. Replace towels and dishcloths every day.
  • Clean spills and mess so they don’t attract more dirt and bacteria.
  • Empty and spray your dirt bins with disinfectant, taking out any rubbish daily.

In the bathroom:

  • Clean and disinfect the bathroom taps and handles.
  • Empty waste bins and disinfect them daily.
  • Spray the toilet and flush handle with disinfectant or sanitizing wipes.
  • Do not use bath towels or wash clothes more than once to prevent the growth of germs, viruses and bacteria.

Weekly Disinfecting to Kill Coronavirus Germs

In the kitchen:

  • If possible, spray oven and stove knobs with disinfectant.  Leave for a few minutes then wipe off.
  • Clean and disinfect the kitchen sinks and drains.

In the bathroom:

  • Wash your toothbrush holder and toothbrushes and disinfect them. If they are dishwasher safe, just run them through with your dishes.
  • Clean and disinfect your bathtub and shower, including the shower doors and handles. If you have a shower curtain that is machine washable, throw it in the washing machine.

Other rooms:

  • Wash bedding in hot water. Don’t shake out your blankets and sheets before washing to minimize the spread of dust and germs.
  • Mop hard-surface floors and vacuum carpets.
  • Disinfect computer keyboards and mice, light switches, cell phones and remote controls. Be sure to turn off the power on any electronics before cleaning or disinfecting.

If you need help or don’t have the time to follow a regular disinfecting routine, give QClean a call so we can send a team of cleaning professionals to do the hard work for you. You don’t have to fight the coronavirus alone!

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