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  • Cleaning to Maintain a Health HomeRegular cleaning of floors in the home eliminates dirt and food particles on which Different products have different instructions. Clean up kitchen floors before and after preparing food. Try to 'clean as you Cleaning ideas use the right products for cleaning. Knowing your kitchen & equipment helps you work properly. Cabinets and counter for equipment and utensils. Clean Up. Kitchen sink and dishwasher Cabinets Safety.

  • CleaningFrequent housekeeping C its essential to great health.Regular washing of areas in the home eliminates dust and food contaminants on which contaminants can develop.

    *Regular housecleaning is essential to good health. Regular cleaning of surfaces in the home removes dirt and food particles on which pollutants can grow.

  • Family Impurities to ControlViruses, bacteriaAnimal locks and danderDust mitesPollenMold and mildewPests (cockroaches, bugs, rats, etc.)

    *This slide shows a listing of some of the common pollutants found in households. They can be greatly reduced by regular cleaning.

  • Factors to CleanViruses can be moved from non-living areas to arms and vice-versa. Some germs can survive dry areas (such as toys) for a long time and wet areas (like bathing room sinks) for up to three days. Salmonella can endure cold and can endure on dry areas for at least Twenty four time. The regular kitchen dishcloth can contain 4 billion dollars living germs.Cockroach and dirt mite excrement cause bronchial asthma strikes in some people.Mold can cause allergies or induce bronchial asthma attacks.

    *Germs can enter our bodies through the mouth, nose, eyes, and breaks in the skin without our even knowing we've been infected. Americans spend about $5 billion each year on their colds, about $3 billion on doctors visits, and $2 billion on treatments. An estimated 60 million days of school and 50 million days of work are lost annually because of the common cold. Some 5.5 million visits to doctors offices each year are due to skin infections. Since most people spend at least half of their lives inside their homes, it only makes sense that we work to make that air as healthy as possible.

  • Cleaning for a More healthy HomeClean and washed place places are a key to a proper home.Household cleaning items that contain an efficient anti-bacterial or anti-microbial element offer additional protection against pollutants, such as those that may cause sickness.

    *Break your cleaning into small tasks. Spread it out over several days instead of doing it all at once. Household cleaning products that contain an active antibacterial or antimicrobial ingredient provide extra protection against pollutants, including those that may cause disease.The words antibacterial and antimicrobial are often used interchangeably. Strictly speaking, however, antimicrobial means activity against a wide variety of microorganisms, while antibacterial refers to activity against bacteria. Together with good cleaning habits and practices, these products play an important role in helping to prevent germs from spreading.

  • Washing Products Disinfectants and anti-bacterial cleaning solutions are the only items that destroy germsHousehold cleaning items meant to destroy viruses on non-living areas must carry an EPA number plate on their brand.

    *Depending on their active ingredients and specific formulation, these products may kill a wide variety of microorganisms that can live on household surfaces, such as foodborne bacteria like Salmonella; the cold virus; and fungus that causes athletes foot. Household cleaning products designed to kill germs on surfaces have been available for more than 100 years. They are regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

  • Getting Began Create a PlanClean kitchen dailyClean areas weeklyClean washrooms 1-2 times a weekVacuum & dust at least once a weekControl blunder dailyDiscard quarterly

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  • Cleaning PlanCrack your washing into small projects. Spread it out over a few times instead of doing it all at once. Involve all individuals family members in the washing.Clean one space at a time.

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  • Make a Strategy for Washing in Each RoomClean out clutterClean from top to bottomSweepDustVacuum

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  • Cleaning Product LabelsRead the brand.Follow the guidelines.Different items havedifferent instructions.

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  • Kitchen

    Clean up meals leaks, food crumbs, and fluids on counter tops and surfaces instantly.Empty junk daily; fresh and sterilize every week.Clean meals and oil from the oven everyday.Wash and dry recipes as soon as possible after eating (or put in dishwasher).Wash surfaces every week.

    *Cockroaches are attracted to food and moisture including crumbs, cooking grease, and plain water. It is important to remove or tightly cover all food and water, especially at night when cockroaches are more active.Cockroaches are often found around the refrigerator because of food spills and dampness. These spills and moisture also grow mold and mildew.

  • Kitchen

    Keep the fridge as well as cleaned.Clean the in and out of of the fridge.Clean the drop pan per month.

    *To clean your refrigerator, follow these steps: Turn off the controls. Unplug the refrigerator. Remove the grille, and clean using a hand-dishwashing detergent or an all-purpose cleaner. Remove the drip pan; then clean and disinfect it. Clean mildew on the rubber stripping around the refrigerator door using a solution of cup bleach with 1 gallon water (or 3 tablespoon bleach and 1 quart water). Clean the walls and shelves with an all-purpose cleaner or a solution of baking soda and water. Wipe up any water in the inside drawers, and clean them regularly. Clean up spills immediately, especially raw meat, poultry, and fish juices. Use a disinfectant (antibacterial) cleaner.

  • Bathroom

    Keep bath doors and drapes open after use to allow air flow.Shake standard water from drapes, and squeegee standard water from the bath surfaces and door.Wipe up leaking around bath or tub.Use an fatigue fan to remove moisture in the air.Regularly check for and repair leaking.

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  • BathroomWashing PlanSanitize and sterilize bathrooms.Wash rugs every week.Hang shower and wet items to dry, and cleanse at least every week.Sanitize and sterilize basins every week.Wash shower drapes.

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  • BedroomFresh bed sheets every 7 days in hot water, and dry them in a hot outfits clothing dryer.Wash pillows 4 times annually (replace annually).Wash bed sheets, bed sheets, and resting protects per month.Vacuum every 7 days, or wet mop hard- area areas every 7 days.Dust furnishings every 7 days.

    *Dust mites in the bedroom are a trigger for people with allergies and asthma. Every home has dust mites. You cant see them. They feed on invisible skin flakes in pillows, bedding, upholstery, and carpeting. You can control them by keeping bedding clean and by controlling dust.If someone in the family has allergies or asthma, use special dust mite-proof covers to keep dust mites from going through pillows and mattresses. Theyre sometimes called allergen-impermeable covers. Wipe the covers with a damp cloth every week. If you dont use covers, wash pillows at least 4 times a year, and replace them every year. If a family member has allergies or asthma, it is better if you dont use carpet in their bedroom. Use linoleum, vinyl, tile, or wood flooring and washable area rugs. Wash the rugs once a week.If you have carpet in the bedroom, vacuum at least once a week. If you have pets in the bedroom, vacuum more frequently. If you have hard-surface floors, wet mop weekly.Dust furniture weekly, using a dusting product or a special cloth that attracts dust (a dry cloth spreads dust around).Wipe blinds weekly with a clean, damp cloth. Wash curtains monthly. If you have drapes, vacuum them weekly.Keep closet doors closed.

  • Reduce ClutterBlunder create cleaning more complex.Clutter creates more places that must be dusted.Clutter causes problem.

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  • Tips for VacuumingUse machine that has a HEPA narrow and/or fatigue narrow, or use a particular bag that keeps substances inside the bag.Vacuum at least once weekly more often if you have a pet.Empty the tube when its 50 percent full (or toss it away if its disposable).An straight machine or a tube with a operated misting nozzle is best for rug.A tube machine without a operated misting nozzle is good to clean furniture, curtains, shutters, light washing, and hard-surface surfaces.

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  • Guidelines on Washing RefrigeratorTurn off the controls.Unplug the fridge.Remove the bbq grill, and fresh using hand-dishwashing detergent or an all-purpose better.Remove the fall pan fresh before being a disinfectant.Clean pattern on the rubber losing around the fridge entrance using an different of 3/4 cup decrease with 1 qt. h2o (or 3 tbsps. decrease and 1 qt. water).Clean the areas and shelves with all-purpose better or an different of common common food preparation sodas and h2o.Wipe up any h2o in the inside storage space, and fresh them continually.Clean up dripping immediately, especially raw various foods, poultry, and seafood juices; use a anti-bacterial (antibacterial) better.

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  • Safety Tips to Follow when CleaningOpen the ms windows when using washing items.Dont keep washing pails where kids or animals can get into them. Close hats and spouts, and put washing items away right after you use them. Store washing items out of the achieve of youngsters and animals and away from food. Keep items in their unique bins with their brands on. Read and follow brand guidelines.

    *Open windows when using cleaning products,