Coronavirus: This is how to properly disinfect your home
Coronavirus: This is how to properly disinfect your home
Coronavirus: This is how to properly disinfect your home
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Coronavirus: This is how to properly disinfect your home

During this pandemic period, it is essential to disinfect your home properly to avoid the risk of contagion, or spreading the virus further. Here are a few tips on how to make sure you stay safe.

The flu has been spreading for a few weeks now, but so has the dreaded virus which causes the Covid-19 illness. While the number of people contaminated by the coronavirus continues to increase every day, it is essential to take some precautions in your daily life to limit the spread of bacteria and the virus.

First of all, you should regularly wash your hands with soap or hand sanitiser. It is also recommended that you clean your clothes more often than usual. But what about your home?

How do you disinfect your home?

1. Wash all fabrics

The first thing to do to avoid contagion is to regularly wash all the fabrics in your home at 60° C, such as blankets, pillowcases, sheets, etc. Ideally, they should be cleaned once a week.

2. Clean handles and everyday objects

Second step: clean all door handles, but also the objects you use on a daily basis such as remote controls, telephones, computers, keyboards and house or car keys. How? With white vinegar or 70% alcohol. This is very effective.

3. Air out rooms

It is also recommended to open your windows at least twice a day to air rooms out. Fresh air will help clean your home.

4. Stay safe

Finally, to avoid the risk of spreading the virus, it is advisable to clean your everyday objects and wash your hands regularly. To make it easier for you, you can place hand sanitiser in several rooms of your house to remind yourself and others to use it.

If you have not been able to get some, there is a very simple homemade recipe to make your own antibacterial gel available on the internet.

We'll let you see in our video all our tips to clean your home properly. Better safe than sorry, isn't it?

By James Guttridge

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