Whether you regularly let out a rental space, host your home, or take your personal refuge in the comfort of a well-situated home-away-from-home; regular cleaning and maintenance are critical now more than ever.
The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic has created a need for us to take pause and revisit – among many things- our cleaning practices.
If you’ve braved a trip to your local grocery store lately, you might have noticed a reverse trend.
New CDC guidelines call for all of us to take cover with a face mask when heading out in public places to slow the spread of the virus and help silent carriers from transmitting it to others.
You know how important it is to wash your hands after returning from a public outing, but in an effort to avoid exposing the household to coronavirus, is a shower-upon-entry policy something to consider?
If you’ve been poring over news and information to help keep your family protected from COVID-19, you might have come across the terms “porous” and “non-porous,” as they relate to household surfaces.
The COVID-19 pandemic has the world taking a second look at how we think about and do so many things. Among those, cleaning is undoubtedly one of the most critical practices to consider at this time.