Routine cleaning and disinfecting are an important part of reducing the risk of exposure to Covid-19. Normal routine cleaning with soap and water alone can reduce risk and is necessary before you disinfect dirty surfaces.
Surfaces that should be cleaned regularly include those touched by multiple people, such as door handles, desks, phones, light switches, and faucets, should be cleaned and disinfected at least daily.
If you or someone in your car shows symptoms of Covid-19, you should clean frequently touched surfaces, including the steering wheel, door handles, gear shift, any buttons or touch screens, wiper and turn signal stalks, passenger and driver door armrests, grab handles and seat adjustors.
The cheap and easy way to clean your glass surfaces is with newspaper, which won’t streak or leave your surfaces covered with lint. Just spray your usual cleaner onto the glass, spread it with the newspaper and get a streak-free shine each time!
That bottle of Vodka in your freezer is good for more than just making Martinis. If you’ve got mildew in your bathroom, It can help you get rid of the problem in no time.
Fill a spray bottle with a 50-50 mix of vodka and water, spray it on the affected areas, and leave it for around 10 minutes then wipe it away with a clean cloth. The alcohol in the vodka will not only clean the mess but will kill the mildew too.