It is increasingly important to focus on the routine cleaning of both your home as well as your work environment. Current concerns with the spread of influenza on a seasonal basis, as well as issues such as the Coronavirus and SARS, has created a focus on disinfecting areas in the home and workplace that are likely to cause the spread of germs, bacteria, and viruses.
One of the challenges of using many of the commercial or off the shelf types of disinfectant cleaners is the smell of bleach. Even some of the scented brands and varieties have an overpowering smell of bleach underlying the scent of lemon, lavender, or other added scent element.
There are some highly effective disinfectant cleaner options that do not have this overwhelming smell of bleach. In order to be effective at killing germs and viruses, they are toxic to those specific types of organisms, but with just a small amount required, they are also extremely effective. As with all disinfectants, be sure to read and follow the manufacturer’s use recommendations.
Tips for Use
Look for a disinfectant cleaner that is safe to use on all hard surfaces in your home. This includes doorknobs, taps and bathroom or kitchen fixtures, cabinets, specific types of countertops, ceramic tile, garbage cans, showers and bathtubs, chrome elements, exercise equipment and other surfaces where germs can be found.
Many of these types of cleaners are also effective at inhibiting the development and growth of mold and mildew. This can improve air quality in the home and also avoid the discoloration of surfaces in the bathroom, kitchen, and laundry area that is so common with mold and mildew growth.
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