Despite our best efforts while cleaning our home, it is important to consider that when we clean we are only removing dirt, grease and grime from surfaces, but we are not disinfecting them and therefore we are not removing bacteria, germs and viruses from our home.
This is the reason why cleaning is not the same as disinfecting. Using general household cleaners around the home is not enough to keep yourself and your family protected from common infections and viruses that may appear in your home. Instead, try using household disinfectant cleaners as your usual cleaners to ensure you always keep your home not only clean but also germ and virus free. Check all the information regarding the range of Wyx XtraHygiene disinfectant products.
Bear in mind that there are certain areas around our home that we must disinfect, such as bathrooms, door knobs and handles, cooking areas, baby and kids’ rooms and pet areas. Though you cannot see the virus and germs around home surfaces, it can stay there for days. If we don’t disinfect them properly, we might touch infected surfaces with our hands and get them into our body (via our mouth, nose and eyes) or onto other surfaces and infect other members of our home, that might have a higher risk, such as pregnant women, babies or elders.
Consider the following hygiene guidelines when disinfecting your home to ensure you are doing the job correctly.