We are all figuring out the best way to handle the coronavirus outbreak in Connecticut together. You can take personal steps to slow down the pandemic by following the recommendations of the CDC and the EPA. It’s vital that you do your part to keep your home or business sanitized by adhering to the suggestions of the experts.
You can take steps to protect the community by regularly sanitizing your home or business. Before you begin the sanitization process, it’s important that you clean surfaces in your property with soap and water. The CDC recommends that you use soap and water to clean even soft materials, like furniture, though you can also use other appropriate cleaners.
Once you have cleaned the surfaces in your property, you can disinfect them using disinfectants approved by the EPA. According to the CDC, you may also use:
- A diluted solution with household bleach
- A solution that contains at least 70% alcohol
It can be more difficult to clean electronic devices. In this case, follow any recommendations from the manufacturer, or use alcohol wipes. Make sure the alcohol wipes contain at least 70% alcohol for the sanitization to be effective. You should always wear gloves while sanitizing your property in Connecticut. Protect your health by cleaning your hands thoroughly after you remove your gloves and each time you finish cleaning your home or business.
Note that you are not on your own during this pandemic. You can get professional help handling sanitization by contacting 911 Restoration of Connecticut. Our team can rush out to your property to provide you with same-day disinfection solutions. We base our sanitization services on the recommendations of the EPA and the CDC. You can call us around the clock to get help sanitizing your home or business.