that many of our friends and neighbors either aren’t wearing face protection or are doing so improperly. First, you should put on your face mask when your hands are clean. Don’t wait until you are in a store and have touched a buggy or a door to put on your mask. I put mine one while I am still in my vehicle. When I am wearing a mask at work, I wash my hands thoroughly and then put on my mask. Next, always wash your hands again before removing your mask. If you touch your masks with dirty hands, you have contaminated your mask. This is a critical point because you do not want to contaminate the area that is near your face. Finally, wash your mask regularly to make sure that it is clean and free of germs. Check out this link from the CDC on mask wearing procedure, how to sanitize your mask, and how to make a homemade mask. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html
have that may need to be sanitized when you finish with your essential errands. You may not get out of your car, but if you touch the buttons on an ATM, you have definitely exposed yourself to possible infection. Remember, hand sanitizer and hand washing are your friends.
Finally, make sure that when you are cleaning and disinfecting your home with a disinfectant cleaner that you use the correct chemicals in the proper way. The CDC has published a list of chemicals that are effective in killing the Coronavirus. You can check out that list at the following address https://www.epa.gov/pesticide-registration/list-n-disinfectants-use-against-sars-cov-2. The most critical issue besides using the proper chemical is that you let the chemical dwell (sit) on the surface you are cleaning for the recommended amount of time to actually be effective. If you spray on a recommended chemical and immediately wipe it off, you have really done nothing to fight any virus. You must read the directions of any chemical to determine whether the chemicals need to sit on the surface for a minute, five minutes or even dry on the surface to work.
Advanced Cleaning Service is proud to be the Upper Cumberland’s leader in commercial janitorial service, and our crews are working overtime cleaning and disinfecting facilities throughout the Upper Cumberland. We want you and your family to stay safe during this time as well. If you have questions, please contact us at email@example.com. We will be available to help you clean and disinfect your home with our carpet cleaning, duct cleaning, pressure washing, tile cleaning, and upholstery cleaning soon. All our best to you and your families.