SAINT PETERSBURG, Fla. — With many of us working remotely right now, local cleaning pros are reminding us to make sure we are wiping down our home office space properly and regularly. Brian Westmoreland from AdvantaClean joined GDL via Zoom with his top five tips on how to sanitize your home office. Learn more at advantaclean.com.
Top 5 Tips to sanitize your home office properly (AdvantaClean)
• Hot Spots – Be aware of the commonly touched areas of the new home workspace such as a desk, keyboard, mouse, phone and personal files that have constant exposure to our hands should also be sanitized regularly.
• Wipe This Way - Contrary to the way we usually clean, wiping down a surface in a circular or back-and-forth direction redeposits the germs that were just wiped up. Instead, wipe down commonly touched surfaces in a single direction.
• Bleach is best - Use diluted household bleach solutions if appropriate for the surface. Unexpired household bleach will be effective against coronaviruses when properly diluted. Never mix household bleach with ammonia or any other cleanser.
• To make a bleach solution, mix 5 tablespoons (1/3rd cup) bleach per gallon of water OR 4 teaspoons bleach per quart of water.
• Wait, wet? – Regardless of the cleaning solution used, keep the surface wet for several minutes to ensure germs are killed.
• Color Coded Cleaning – Create a color-coded system of cleaning cloths for specific spaces around the home and office. This keeps you from using the same cloth to clean both the kitchen and desk area and will prevent cross-contamination.
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