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A LIST OF ALL 'HIGH TOUCH' AREAS YOU SHOULD BE REGULARLY DISINFECTING IN THE HOME - BayMaids
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A LIST OF ALL ‘HIGH TOUCH’ AREAS YOU SHOULD BE REGULARLY DISINFECTING IN THE HOME

A LIST OF ALL ‘HIGH TOUCH’ AREAS YOU SHOULD BE REGULARLY DISINFECTING IN THE HOME

During a virus pandemic, it can be essential to approach household cleaning with a certain amount of viguour and introduce more steps into the daily cleaning routine. You must protect yourself first and foremost when working to remove germs and bacteria in order to eliminate the risk of contracting a virus or any type of harmful germ.

Here are the basic precautionary measures one must take when cleaning:

    • Wear gloves (preferably disposables) and a face mask, or simply create one that covers your face and nose
    • Tried to avoid touching ANY your face when cleaning 
    • After taking off the cleaning gloves, wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water 
    • Avoid touching other surfaces that are not part of your immediate cleaning plans
  • Below is our list of all high touch areas in the household – some are obvious, some not so much!
    • Door handles
    • Chair backs
    • Drawer handles/pulls
    • Light switches
    • Armrests
    • Kitchen gadgets and appliances
    • Refrigerator and microwave doors
    • Counters/tables/Benchtops
    • All Cabinet handles
    • Taps/Faucets
    • Toilet buttons/handle
    • Medicine cabinet handles
    • Staircase railings
    • TV Remotes 
    • Gaming consoles
    • Computers/laptops (and related items such as keyboards and the mouse)
    • Mobile phones

Although it may be slightly harder than you are used to doing during your daily cleaning routine, especially with kids and also working from home. disinfecting high-touch areas around your house is definitely easy. There are a number of products one can use for this including disinfectants, and homemade cleaners like diluted bleach solutions, and vinegar-based cleaners. 

How to Make Homemade Disinfectants

  1. BLEACH:
    • Mix 4-5 teaspoons of household bleach in 1 litre of water

2. VINEGAR:

    • Mix 1/2 cup white vinegar in 1 cup water

Mix this into a spray bottle and you have a germ killing solution ready to go! Of course store bought Disinfectants will handle the task, but it’s definitely become harder to find them in the shops lately..