When it comes to cleaning products, everyone has their favorites. Green cleaners that won’t harm the environment. Homemade cleaners comprised mostly of things you have in your kitchen. Chemical-based products designed to wipe out germs in one spray.
Every option has its merits, but what about if your main goal is disinfecting? We have you covered. The following are your best weapons against germs.
Liquid Hand Soap
The idea that soap can spread infection is hard for many people to fathom. Unfortunately, that’s the case with bar soap, which can harbor germs that get passed from user to user. Liquid soap, on the other hand, doesn’t have this problem.
Like sharing bars of soap, sharing towels is a quick way to spread germs. After you wash your hands, you want to dry your hands on a fresh towel so as to avoid spreading bacteria.
Why do you need to dry your hands after washing them? Because this helps you limit how much dirt, grime, and bacteria you pick up on other surfaces.
Antibacterial Sprays and Wipes
Antibacterial sprays and wipes allow you to clean contact surfaces like counters, tables, and light switches. You’ll want to be generous with the spay, letting it sit for the recommended time before wiping. When using a disinfectant wipe, don’t try and ‘extend the wipe’s’ life in an attempt to use less wipes. Once it starts to look soiled, use a new one.
A High-Powered Bathroom Cleaner
It’s no new news. The bathroom is a high-moisture area that can quickly become a breeding ground for mold, mildew, and bacteria. To keep this spa clean and virus-free, you want to make sure you’re cleaning it regularly with a high-powered cleaner.
Disposable Cleaning Cloths
While your old-school microfiber cloth works well for everyday messes, when you’re trying to battle bacteria and prevent the spread of germs, a disposable option is best. This helps you better avoid spreading germs.