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Cleanliness is crucial in the face of the coronavirus, which causes Covid-19. In addition to hand and face hygiene, it is very important to clean surfaces and objects touched continuously to minimize the risk of contamination. The good news is that the virus is no match for good disinfectant products, health experts say.
Studies have revealed that the virus resists on average:
- less than 8 hours in latex;
- 2 to 8 hours in aluminum;
- 2 days in steel;
- 4 days in the wood;
- 4 days in glass;
- 5 days in metal.
But the good news is that, according to studies at the University of California, coronavirus can easily be destroyed by most disinfectants.
Regular cleaning with normal cleaning products can remove all types of germs from surfaces, not just coronavirus. Hygiene should focus on the areas that are most touched, such as door handles, taps, handrails, countertops, computer keyboard, glass tables and windows, as well as objects that are always at hand, such as cell phones, keys, remote control etc.
The ideal is to disinfect these surfaces several times a day. And here’s an important suggestion: make a list of all the places you want to clean, so you don’t forget any. You need to be aware of the products that can be effective in eliminating the coronavirus:
Water and soap
The soap removes and kills the viral particles that stick to the surfaces – as well as the hands and face – and the water ends the process by scanning. The virus lining is a protein, and the soap or detergent breaks it, so that the virus disintegrates.
Using alcoholic products with at least 70% alcohol will kill the coronavirus. In addition, alcohol has less potential for damage than bleach. But it is worth noting that alcohol should not be diluted.
Due to their alcoholic composition, disinfectants are also capable of breaking the protective membrane of the virus, destroying it. With the scarcity of alcohol, the disinfectant is a great option for aseptic environments.
Chlorine is very effective in killing the coronavirus, just like virtually every other germ on the planet, according to Paul Pottinger, professor of infectious diseases at the University of Washington Medical Center. But its smell is strong (especially for asthmatics) and it is also aggressive and can damage what you are trying to clean. The tip is to wear gloves and a mask when handling bleach – remembering that chlorine should not be mixed with anything other than water. Here is a tip of bleach solution: four teaspoons of bleach in one liter of water.
In the case of glass surfaces such as tables, benches and windows, any of the above options is effective, since glass is a very resistant material. There are several specific products on the market for cleaning glass, but you can simply use water, mild soap and a soft sponge to rub the glass, removing stains and accumulated dirt and then drying it well using a soft cloth or paper towel. Finish with alcohol to have a very clean glass.
Many people use vinegar to clean windows and toilets, as it is more natural and less aggressive, but vinegar is not a disinfectant, and should be replaced by the cleaning products mentioned above, which are able to eliminate coronavirus.
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Though Corona Cleaners follows protocol promulgated by the Center for Disease Control Prevention, there is no testing that exists to ensure total elimination of the coronavirus. Corona Cleaners guarantees that its cleaning protocol curbs the spread and threat of coronavirus. However, it cannot guarantee with 100% certainty the total eradication of it.