You’ll do anything to keep your family, employees and visitors safe and healthy. Luckily, there are actions you can take to reduce the risk of viruses and Covid-19 in your home and business. Whether you suspect exposure to Covid-19 or want to sanitize your surroundings as a protective measure, proper disinfecting and sanitizing is a must.
Household cleaning products are great for daily sanitizing, from wiping down counters and doorknobs to cleaning jars and boxes brought home from the grocery store. At home, wipe down surfaces every time someone comes home. Throw clothes and masks in the washing machine and shower if you’re an essential worker or otherwise exposed to Covid-19. At work, make sure employees have easy access to disinfecting wipes, hand soap and hand sanitizer. Place these items in areas around the office to encourage use.
Cleaning Techniques for Covid-19
Make disposable gloves readily available for cleaning. Wipe away crumbs, spills and debris before you disinfect. Whether store-bought or DIY, disinfectants can include wipes and bleach-, peroxide- or alcohol-based cleaners. If your business has company vehicles, ensure that they’re cleaned daily. Pay special attention to door handles, the steering wheel, the gearshift, stereo knobs and any other item that’s handled frequently.
Professional Antiviral Cleaning
While wipes have their place in everyday disinfecting, professional sanitizing services take cleaning to the next level. This service covers areas that may not get enough attention. And the ServiceMaster team is trained in cleaning techniques that ensure thoroughness and effectiveness. We monitor updates from the Centers for Disease Control, World Health Organization and state agencies about viruses and Covid-19 closely. Our techs follow CDC recommendations on sanitizing homes and facilities.
We all look forward to the day when this form of the Coronavirus is no longer a threat. In the meantime, we hope these tips help keep you and yours safe. Click here for more information on our cleaning service for viruses and Covid-19. Read our FAQs to learn more about our business.