Remember To Clean Door Handles And Switches When Someone Gets Sick

Remember to Clean Door Handles and Switches When Someone Gets Sick

No matter how healthy your family is, occasionally they will get sick. Often that means the rest of the house gets sick. Covering your mouth when you sneeze isn't enough. You'll want to disinfect common places where people leave germs.

Clean Mama reminds of place we might forget to keep clean, but which can spread germs throughout the house. Some we've covered like cleaning the remote control, but those light switches and door handles spread germs as well.

They suggest a sanitising wipe or alcohol pad for a quick wipe down. When the kids are sick, it may be one of those rare times not to bug them to turn out the lights when they leave the room.

Check out the link for other places that might need a cleaning to contain minor household germs.

9 Things to Clean When the Kids Get Sick [Clean Mama] Photo by Nicholas Liby.


Comments

    if some one has an infectious disease in the house, a good bucket of fresh chlorine/bleach mixture and disposable blue chux cloth to do a once a day wipe over the door hanldes, light switches etc. what ever they touch to get rid any virus or bacteria.

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