How to Sanitize Upholstery and Home Surfaces Without Damaging Them in a Coronavirus Clean
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, people are at home and focused more than ever on ways to disinfect household objects, some that may have never been cleaned before, like that colorful leather sofa..
The novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 may remain viable for hours to days on surfaces, according to public health experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)…
Here’s Everything the CDC Wants You to Know About Cleaning Your Home Right Now
Most of the time, my standards for cleanliness follow a very scientific two-step confirmation process of qualitative questioning. In other words, I ask myself: “Can I live with this?” and “Will my friends think I’m gross when they come over?” It’s a system that’s served me well over the years.
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Carpets, Upholstery, and the New Strain of Coronavirus
Most people know by now, with all the media attention given to a new strain of coronavirus, that coronavirus and similar viruses are distributed through coughing, sneezing, talking, and physical contact. Our clients want to know whether they should be concerned about coronavirus on carpets and upholstery. It’s not as if you can douse your furniture and carpets with hand sanitizer or disinfectant like countertops, doorknobs, and other hard surfaces. This article offers some answers, as well as some valuable information on how to sanitize your home against any cold or flu virus.
HOW LONG CAN CORONAVIRUS SURVIVE ON CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY?
The infectious lifespan of viruses in general depends on temperature, humidity…