Question 1 | What are the most effective products for cleaning my home correctly?
The most effective and recommended thing anyone can use for disinfecting any particular area is through disinfecting wipes. We know it could be hard to swallow, but try using surface cleaning or skin cleansing wipes by PPE, and we guarantee bacteria and COVID free environment of your home. However, you can also use disinfecting sprays, multi-purpose cleaners, which will work tough for eliminating those germs.
Question 2 | Can the same disinfecting wipes be used on different surfaces?
As the COVID-19 is regularly spreading worldwide and doesn’t seem to stop, this question has come up in many minds. Several researchers and development teams have work to examine the durability and sanitizing ratio of any particular disinfecting wipe manufacturing company. The researchers working in those wipe manufacturing companies have unanimously approved that a single wipe can be used on different surfaces. It is said that the viruses and bacterias won’t be picked up from one surface, and that denies the transference to other surfaces. The germs which are stuck in the wipes are killed due to a higher concentration of disinfectants and cleaning agents. That explains that viruses won’t spread by using the same wipe of different surfaces.
You are free to clean all your furniture and frequently touched surfaces until the disinfecting agents soaked up.
Question 3 | How many times a week should these surfaces require disinfecting treatments?
It is approved by different doctors leading the frontline during this COVID-19 pandemic that if someone in your house is sick, then it is essential to disinfect the place once a day. Although, when there’s no one sick in the house, then people don’t care to clean, well it isn’t the right option. Even if there isn’t any ill person in your household, you should disinfect your home every few days. You also have to consider that all of your family members are in the house so you should clean your place more than your routine.
Question 4 | Is it necessary to disinfect things after purchasing from the store?
Many doctors and health care facilitators are still predicting that this pandemic will live for another few months, and the causes will live a little longer on the surfaces. It will be wise to wash bottles, cans, and all the hard containers with warm soapy water before moving it to your kitchen surface. People are often asking if the virus can spread through the packaging, you have to keep in mind that somebody somewhere has touched that packaging and that person may have COVID-19 symptoms, you never know. So, it is better to take precautionary measures than to bear consequences. Cleaning those packagings and containers can help you remove many germs; however, it won’t eliminate those germs entirely, and for that, you must disinfect them.
A little tip for your non-perishable items, you will also be required to wash and rinse them after the disinfecting procedure as sometimes those disinfecting agents have chemicals that are harmful to swallow.
Question 5 | Can I still use cleaning and sanitizing supplies after the expiration date?
Many people already have cleaning and sanitizing supplies in their homes, which they haven’t opened before the COVID-19 pandemic. Since it is of great use nowadays and almost rare to be seen, people prefer using them instead of throwing them. It is the most common question asked by people, and the answer depends upon the time of chemical used in its manufacturing. Many cleaning agents are fine to use even after days of expiration dates. We suggest you consult will the supplier ensuring the performance of chemicals thorough as intended and as per the ways of testing nowadays.
Question 6 | Should my employees wear Masks or Cloth Face Coverings to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spread?
The primary term referring mask or face mask generally has a base on three types of i.e., surgical masks, N-95 respirators, and face shields. However, these masks are strongly suggested for daily human interaction, employees, medical responders, healthcare workers, etc. Also, different kind of facial covering made of fabric is indicated within the home to cover the nose and mouth. Various departments of health worldwide have covered all these ina single terms of mask or face covering.
Question 7 | Can disinfectant sprays or wipes be used on my skin, injected, inhaled, or ingested to prevent or treat COVID-19?
As the COVID-19 pandemic has increased, there’s a high shortage of skincare disinfecting products. People have started using surface disinfectants and wipes for their skin too. Many people have asked whether these surface cleaners can be used on the skin to prevent COVID-19. First of all, No, you cannot use those cleaning agents on your skin. We strictly suggest you follow instructions given in these household disinfectants. These sprays and wipes are recommended to use on hard surfaces without pores and aren’t manufactured suiting human skin. You should not use these disinfecting sprays and wipes as it may cause skin, eye, or nose irritation. Also, it is made for inhaling, injecting, or ingesting purposes and can cause some severe damage to your body as it acts as a poison.
Question 8 | Where should I store different sanitizing products?
It is strictly recommending by the doctors and manufacturing companies that all the sanitizing products should be stored out of sight and reach of children within your household. It shouldn’t be kept above 105°F, like in your car during summers. Also, you can not keep it extremely cold place such as freezers, as it can affect the formulae, which can adversely affect your skin.
Question 9 | Is hand sanitizer dangerous for children?
It is completely fine if the children in your household are using hand sanitizer, but for the children under the age of six, the hand sanitizer should be used under the supervision of an adult. If you use the sanitizer as per the direction on the bottle, it won’t be dangerous to anyone at all. The danger starts when ingested, inhaled by anyone as it can turn to an alcohol poison for children. Make sure your children don’t have the reach of any sanitizing product on their own. Don’t let them drink even a single drop or lick their hands after applying hand sanitizer.
Question 10 | What's the correct way to use a face mask?
Depending on the design of the mask and, more particularly, the activity to be performed after wearing it, there are different kinds of ways of wearing a mask. There is a rule required to be assumed after wearing a mask for three hours; that is, your mask will be useless for disinfecting purposes. You should wash your hands before putting on the mask, also after taking and disposing of it.