With the right temperature and nutrients, bacteria are set to grow & live happily like other living things. They spread from person to person and to surfaces depending on factors like surface type, living habits, cleaning procedures, and lifestyle practices.
Meet the top places at your home that attract bacteria like a magnet, surely followed by our scientifically-proven advice of expertise. They say ask an experienced rather than a scholarly. Good news? We are both; people of knowledge and practiced experience.
The drains, toilet seat, bathtub, faucets, toothbrushes, and towels.
- Disinfect these areas on a daily basis
- Clean the shower curtains with water and a disinfectant
- Change the towels twice a week, and the toothbrushes every 3 to 4 months
The cutting boards, dishwashing sponge, coffee maker, refrigerator, the kitchen sink and countertops, especially areas in contact with uncooked and unwashed food.
- Disinfect cutting boards, kitchen sink and the countertops on a daily basis; and clean the refrigerator daily with disinfectant wipes
- Keep kitchen items dry because bacteria tend to grow in damp areas
- Soak the sponges in hot water and put half a tablespoon of bleach in it
- Keep the cooked food far from the uncooked
Living Room & Home Office:
The carpets, couches, remote control, keyboard, and phones.
- Use disinfectant wipes to clean your items, they’re so handy!
- Keep your carpets hygienic by wet cleaning them every while
- Cover your couches with linen sheets and wash them often
A part of the solution relies on hygienic lifestyle practices, and the other part consists in using the right cleaning methods with priority for certain areas. Have the cleaning experts do the work & benefit from Matic’s Discounted Packages for the season!
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