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How to keep your home sanitized and safe

Viva® Towels | Oct 04, 2022 | 1.5 min Read
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Studies have shown that germs can stay on surfaces for anywhere from a few hours to a week, but with the right cleaning routine with Viva® Multi-Surface™ Paper Towels, you can make sure your home is safe and sanitized.

Use the right cleaners
Not all cleaning agents can totally kill germs effectively. The best way to sanitize your home is with a diluted bleach solution or an alcohol-based cleaning solution with at least 70% alcohol. You can also use hydrogen peroxide, but allow it to sit on the surface for at least a minute.

Here’s a list of the most effective cleaners for sanitizing your home against germs:

  • Bleach solutions (5 tablespoons of bleach per gallon of water)
  • Alcohol-based cleaners with at least 70% alcohol
  • Hydrogen peroxide
  • Household disinfectants

Wear gloves while cleaning
As an extra precaution against viruses, wear disposable latex gloves, and try not to touch anything or anyone while you’re wearing them to avoid the risk of spreading viruses. Throw the gloves away after every round of cleaning.

Clean high traffic areas
Your first step to a germ-free home is to disinfect any frequently touched areas like doorknobs, handrails, light switches, tabletops, desks, remote controls, and any space you and your family touch daily.

  • Use a paper towel like Viva® Multi-Surface™ Cloth and a surface cleaner to thoroughly spray the areas and wipe at least once a day or more.

Use paper towels for one-time use instead of hand towels
Germs can easily live in the fibers of hand towels. Try to only use a towel once after a shower or bath and avoid reusing hand towels when drying your hands. You can make hand washing easier for you and the family if you keep a roll of paper towels and a waste bin by every sink in the home.

Take these steps to keep your household clean and sanitized for a healthy, germ-free home.