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Flue: How to Avoid the Disease

13 Nov

Flue: How to Avoid the Disease

And now let’s talk about the cleaning rules that should be followed to avoid the flue and the rules of cleaning if someone in the family is sick.

If someone is sick in the family, experts recommend regular cleaning, disinfection and taking preventive measures.

You need to disinfect such surfaces as cell phones, remote controls or door knobs. Don’t forget to wash your hands with soap.

While cleaning the house use disposable wipes and sponges.

If you have a sick person in the house, all the cleaning cloths after cleaning should be thrown away. And a sponge that was used for washing dishes should be washed in the dishwasher.

Use disinfectant all around the house.

Clean and disinfect daily wash basins, faucets and hangers in the bathrooms. Be sure to rub all the door knobs and switches. Don’t forget to throw the tooth brush of a sick person after the recovery.

Regularly disinfect TV remote and computer keyboard as well as a cell phone, they are carriers of the infection.

Arrange laundry days as often as possible.

Daily wash the towels using the high temperature program, also wash bed linen of a sick person and his or her face towels.

Don’t forget about personal hygiene.

Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with soap and warm water for about 20-25 seconds.

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