4 Reminders To Keep Your House Clean and Prevent The Flu
With the cold season underway, the flu bug and other allergies are not far behind. It’s important to learn good health habits and preventive measures to ensure you and your family stay healthy. One of the best ways to protect you from the potential risk of cold and flu is maintaining cleanliness at home.
We’ve put together some helpful tips to prevent germs in your home and for healthy indoor air quality this season.
- Clean your hands
Wash your hands always especially before you eat and after you use the bathroom. Clean hands reduce the chances of spreading the virus and prevent respiratory illnesses like the flu.
- Remove Outdoor Shoes
You can’t imagine the amount of dirt and germs you bring inside the house with your shoes. To keep a healthy home, among the other things that you should do is to take off your shoes before entering the house. This will prevent allergens and contaminants from sticking in your carpet fibres.
- Regular Cleaning and Vacuuming
Vacuuming at least every week promotes a healthy lifestyle. It sucks up dirt, dust, dander and soil particles that can contribute to health issues. It also reduces the risk of allergens and contaminants that are possibly living in your carpet.
Pay special attention to common areas where allergens, germs or viruses are likely to be present. Thoroughly cleaning these areas will limit the risk of the flu bug spreading in your home. Use disinfectant wipes for your door knobs, refrigerator handles, remote controls, countertops, phones and light switches.
- Hire a Professional Carpet Cleaning Service
Your carpet and rug are the two perfect breeding grounds for germs and viruses. Sometimes ordinary cleaning is just not enough to clean keep your carpet free from these contaminants. With the help of a professional carpet cleaning company like Bond Cleaning Australia, your carpet will be germ-free and sanitized. We are equipped with the proper cleaning techniques and tools to ensure that your carpet stays clean, and your family stays healthy.
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