Effectively Disinfect Homes from COVID-19 Virus

Thursday, April 23, 2020

     This unseen enemy has been taking lives for more than four months now starting December last year up to the present. It has taken the world by storm with rising death tolls day by day. No vaccine yet as of the moment that's why health care professionals together with world leaders are serious on implementing precautionary measures like staying at home.

     As government authorities and frontline personnel continue to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Filipinos are also doing their share to prevent virus spread and infection, including observing proper hand and respiratory hygiene, and social distancing. 

Effectively Disinfect Homes from COVID-19 Virus

     Study shows that coronavirus can spread through small respiratory droplets which can survive for days on surfaces that's why people have started to disinfect their homes and offices, especially if they have family members and colleagues who are vulnerable to infection.

Here's a simple guideline on how to effectively disinfect against COVID-19
  • Use disinfectant sprays and multi-purpose cleaners to routinely clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. This includes tables, doorknobs, light switches, elevator buttons, countertops, door and cabinet handles, desks, phones and other hand-held gadgets, remote controls, computer keyboards, toilet seats, faucets, and sinks. Carpets, rugs, and curtains can also be disinfected.
  • It is best to use products that can disinfect 99.9% of viruses and bacteria since they can kill human coronaviruses.
  • To make disinfection more efficient, dirty surfaces should ideally be cleaned first using detergent soap and water, or other appropriate cleaning solutions. 
  • It is also advisable to wear disposable gloves while cleaning and disinfecting or wash hands immediately after using disinfectant products.

6 comments

  1. Luckily I follow all of those :) thanks for sharing :)

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  2. Very timely and important post especially in todays time. Thank you for staying relevant :)

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  3. Thanks for this post. Many are still not very conscious about disinfecting their homes. Hope this will remind them especially during this pandemic.

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    1. Hi Pedro,

      Welcome and thank you for the input. Yes, cleanliness is always next to godliness and good health especially in this pandemic.

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