RCH Cleaning Discusses How to Keep Your Family or Employees Safer From COVID-19

RCH Cleaning prides itself on thorough and effective cleaning services for homes, offices, facilities, and companies in southwest Missouri. We’re taking the coronavirus seriously, and we do everything we can to protect you from exposure to the virus. Today’s blog from RCH Professional Cleaning explains how to keep your family, employees, or customers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic when it comes to cleaning your space.

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Disposable Gloves

When you clean and disinfect hard (non-porous) surfaces, it’s important to wear disposable gloves to protect you from possible contamination. You should discard gloves after each cleaning. Clean your hands immediately after removing the gloves. Rest assured, RCH Cleaning follows these guidelines.

Use EPA-Registered Disinfectants

The EPA recognizes many products and chemicals that disinfect hard surfaces. Some chemicals, such as bleach, are extremely effective at killing germs for extended periods of time. Other chemicals, like isopropyl alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, and vinegar, are gentler but their disinfecting properties may last for shorter times. Many consumer brands of cleaners use EPA-registered disinfectants as their active ingredients. It’s important to use these products according to the directions on the label for maximum effectiveness, which the professionals at RCH Cleaning do regularly.

Frequently Touched Surfaces

The CDC recommends cleaning frequently-touched and communal surfaces daily. These include doorknobs, light switches, faucets, toilets, phones, computers, tablets, remote controls, keyboards, sinks, handles, tables, and hard-backed chairs. RCH Cleaning can disinfect these types of surfaces for you as part of our comprehensive service.

Hand Washing

Wash your hands frequently, for at least 20 seconds, using warm, soapy water. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Always wash your hands if they are visibly dirty. The staff at RCH Cleaning keeps our hands as clean as possible as we clean your home or facility.

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Contact RCH Cleaning Today 

Are you concerned about how clean your home or office is amid the coronavirus outbreak? You may need a professional cleaning company to help keep your place safer for your family, employees, or customers. Our team is professionally trained to ensure proper disinfecting throughout any home or business. Contact RCH Cleaning today or call 417-763-8365 for more information.

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