Thank you SO much for watching this brief video.
This is Asrorjon Shukurov with Interworld Commercial Cleaning.
In this brief video, I wanted to compile best practices and steps which can help you, and your loved ones, from getting the virus and generally staying healthier.
There are a few things we can do, in our houses and/or businesses, to aid the fight against the pandemic:
Stay home. Don’t go out unless you have to
If you must please use Social distancing
For precaution, we strongly urge wearing protective clothing such as face masks and gloves. If you can’t purchase the face masks in your local area here is a brief video explaining how to make them on your own. These are actually reusable and thus more environmentally friendly. Make a few and keep in mind to wash them every 2-3 hours and iron them over to sterilize. (Watch the video)
Follow personal hygiene guidelines:
Avoid touching surfaces that collect germs and viruses such as door knobs, water fountains, check-in kiosks and etc. If you end up touching those surfaces, use hand sanitizers or wash your hands thoroughly with soap. Rubbing alcohol and alcohol prep pads: should be a minimum of 60% or more alcohol.
If you sneeze, cover your face the proper way. (Watch the video)
Consider paying with credit cards, online, or over the phone for purchases as opposed to using cash
Eliminate handshakes and other personal contact
Don’t touch your face or eyes prior to washing your hands thoroughly. It’s recommended to wash your hands for at least 20 seconds. Make certain to wash them thoroughly, between the fingers and both sides of your hands.
Drink vitamin C to prevent getting sick, and if already sick, drink vitamins that have zinc in them. Zinc is proven to reduce the length of colds when taken within 24 hours after symptoms start
Exercise and stay hydrated
Needless to say that it’s very important to keep your house and business clean.
Consider creating a routine by adding an extra hour of cleaning dedicated to sanitizing and disinfecting only. If you would like to learn more about the differences between cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting, click the link below
Cleaning, Sanitizing, Disinfecting – Difference
You can do it on your own or ask one of your family or staff members. Remember to thoroughly hit all areas which spread germs such as door knobs, light switches, keyboards, telephone receivers, trash can lids and etc.
If you subcontract out for your cleaning, consider adding an extra hour for these purposes only. One extra hour can make a world of difference and provide you, your family, and your business with peace of mind.
If you think about this, the major factors which drive pricing in the cleaning industry are; travel distance, frequency, size of the facility, condition of the facility, etc. Since your cleaning contractor already travels to your building, adding an extra hour of service dedicated to sanitizing and disinfecting won’t cost you arm and a leg yet can make a huge difference in keeping you and your loved ones safer.
As mentioned above, this service doesn’t have to be outsourced, you can do it on your own. Below is the link to the FDA’s approved list of disinfectants to use against Covid19. Most of them can be found in your local stores.
If you need help with any of these, please call our office at 410.800.2575 or email us at [email protected] and we will be happy to help you out as much as we can.