Month: April 2020

How to keep your phones Covid-19 free

A gentle wipe with a product that has 70 percent isopropyl alcohol will do just fine. Apple recommends Clorox Disinfecting Wipes, and the C.D.C. says household disinfectants registered by the Environmental Protection Agency are effective. Wear disposable gloves to clean, the C.D.C. recommends, and wash your hands thoroughly after you’re done. Like your phone, reusable gloves might harbor virus… Read more »

Who is doing your Covid-19 and are they cover in case of damages to your buisness.

  Use trusted cleaning products and processes, and present your business accurately The right tools, techniques, and training can help protect your business. But beware of using new chemicals and cleaning methods to fight COVID-19. It could spell trouble for your business. If you’re not careful, you could easily damage a client’s surfaces when using… Read more »

What to clean and take care of Covid-19

This includes focusing on cleaning and disinfecting common areas where staff/others providing services may come into contact with ill persons but reducing cleaning and disinfection of bedrooms/bathrooms used by ill persons to as-needed.For soft (porous) surfaces such as carpeted floor, rugs, and drapes, remove visible contamination if present and clean with appropriate cleaners indicated for use… Read more »

7 ways to wash your hands during Covid-19 and not ruined them

Diligent handwashing may keep germs away, but it may also damage skin. Washing in warm water rather than hot can keep your hands from getting dry. Blotting rather than drying hands dry can keep abrasions from forming. Hand sanitizer can be used temporarily in place of washing when hands are extremely chapped. All data and… Read more »

when a COVID-19 case has been confirmed in your facility.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has this  specific recommendations for when a COVID-19 case has been confirmed in your facility.  These recommendations include: Close off areas used by confirmed or suspected COVID-19 persons and wait for 24 hours, if possible, before beginning cleaning and disinfecting to minimize potential for exposure to respiratory droplets…. Read more »

How to properly clean Covid-19 with bleach.

If you dilute bleach, is it still effective for cleaning? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends diluting bleach at a ratio of 5 tablespoons (one-third cup) per gallon of water or 4 teaspoons bleach per quart of water. This solution not only cleans; it also disinfects, killing germs including the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. However,… Read more »

How to clean your face masks.

How to Clean Face Masks The CDC has general guidelines on how to properly clean most cloth and fabric masks: Fabric face masks should be routinely washed depending on the frequency of use A washing machine should suffice in properly washing a face covering Individuals should be careful not to touch their eyes, nose, and mouth when… Read more »

Properly cleaning and disinfecting

How to make sure you are disinfecting and sanitizing properly When it comes to sanitizing—you may have been doing it all wrong. Just like washing your hands, cleaning the surfaces of your home or office requires the right equipment and time. For most products, in order to kill the virus, you can’t just spray it… Read more »