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  • To date, a case has not been documented in which the coronavirus has been transmitted to humans from surfaces contaminated with the virus.

  • Still, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that frequently touched surfaces in your house should be routinely cleaned and disinfected.

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  • Lessen the chances of transmission.

  • But how exactly should you disinfect all the surfaces in your home?

  • First off, be sure to read the labels of your products to ensure correct usage and safety.

  • Use EPA approved disinfectants, and it's best to use disposable gloves.

  • If using reusable gloves, be sure to use them on Lee while cleaning and disinfecting for the coronavirus.

  • Always wash your hands immediately after taking the gloves off.

  • Focus on cleaning and disinfecting the most frequently touched surfaces in your home.

  • Think tables, door knobs, handles, light switches, desks, toilets, faucets, sinks and electron ICS.

  • When it comes to electron ICS, research suggests that the virus could last a long time on these types of surfaces for non porous surfaces like a keyboard or a phone.

  • Research from the National Institutes of Health, CDC, Princeton University and U.

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  • A says that the virus could live on them for 2 to 3 days.

  • The CDC suggests removing any visible contaminant if possible to disinfect, you should follow the instructions from the manufacturer.

  • Apple recently updated its guidelines for disinfecting its products.

  • To clean your iPhone, you can clean it with a damp lens cloth and then gently wipe it with a Clorox disinfecting wipe while avoiding getting any moisture in any of the openings.

  • You can also use the wipes on your other apple products, such as your laptop.

  • If you're electron ICS manufacturer doesn't provide disinfecting instructions.

  • The CDC suggests using alcohol wipes or sprays with at least 70% alcohol for touchscreens, and all services should be thoroughly dried to avoid any pools of liquid forming for hard surfaces.

  • The Corona virus appears to last the longest on plastic and stainless steel, about 2 to 3 days.

  • If your services or dirty be sure to first clean them with a detergent or soap in water before you disinfect, you can then use an EPA approved disinfectant on the surface.

  • Diluted household bleach solutions are an option, but make sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions for application.

  • Make sure it's not expired and never mix household bleach with ammonia or any other cleanser.

  • Make sure toe open a window so you get plenty of ventilation while and after applying the bleach.

  • To make a bleach solution, mix five tablespoons of bleach per gallon of water or four teaspoons of bleach per court of water for soft surfaces such as carpeted floor rugs and drapes.

  • First wipe off any dirt or contaminants you can see.

  • Then use an approved cleaner while following the cleaners.

  • Manufacturer instructions.

  • If possible, put the items in the laundry according to their manufacture instructions.

  • Using the warmest appropriate water setting.

  • Be sure to dry thoroughly.

  • Dirty laundry from an ill person can be washed with other people's items.

  • But if you need to handle laundry for someone who is sick, use disposable gloves or gloves that are dedicated to cleaning and disinfecting for the coronavirus.

  • Do not shake dirty laundry.

  • This will minimize the possibility of dispersing the virus through the air.

  • Use the warmest water setting appropriate for your items and make sure they're dried thoroughly.

  • Also, be sure to clean and disinfect your hamper.

  • If possible.

  • You should use liners that air disposable or washable and finally clean your hands immediately.

  • after using the gloves.

  • If you don't use gloves, be sure to just wash your hands immediately after handling the laundry.

  • Make sure you follow the CDCs additional home care guidelines on its website when caring for a sick person.

  • If possible, allow a person to clean and disinfect their own bedroom and bathroom.

  • And just a reminder.

  • Cleaning surfaces is not a substitute for washing hands, experts say Washing your hands with soap and water and avoiding touching your face are still the best ways to avoid contracting the virus.

  • So at the very least, keep washing those hands E.

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To date, a case has not been documented in which the coronavirus has been transmitted to humans from surfaces contaminated with the virus.

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How To Clean And Disinfect Against The Coronavirus

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/25
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