Tips for cleaning during COVID-19

Nov 20, 2020 Steve Johns

To keep your home clean and as hygienic as possible, it is recommended that you use a two-step process; surface cleaning, followed by disinfecting. So how can it help reduce the transmission of bacteria and viruses? Also remember to keep cleaning common touch points around the home such as handrails, light switches, door handles, fridge doors, appliances, taps, phones , remotes and computers. These can be germ hotspots!

COVID-19 causing virus can survive 28 days on surfaces

Nov 07, 2020 Steve Johns

COVID-19 causing virus can survive 28 days on surfaces. From the moment you turn off your morning alarm, to the time you hit the pillow, your life is full of surfaces. Swiping through your phone, opening doors, putting in your PIN – there are many you don’t think twice about touching. But SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, will likely change the way we all think about, and interact with, surfaces forever.

A wise man once said "a healthy person has 1 million wishes while a sick person only has 1"

Nov 07, 2020 Steve Johns

"Have you ever got sick and thought to yourself, "i'm so lucky to be healthy most of the time"? Illness makes a person realise just how important health is and how you need to treat it as your most valuable asset. With the current effects of COVID-19 and the growing threat of viruses and pandemics, it has never been more important to utilise modern day tools and technologies to ensure you can remain healthy. 

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