January 7, 2022

How to clean and disinfect your home against COVID-19?

Hey, parents! What’s the best way to protect your family from COVID 19? You may be wondering if killing and sanitizing all the time is really necessary.

Well, we’re here to tell you that yes, it is- because we can’t afford for anyone in our home to get sick. When it comes down to it, protecting your family doesn’t just mean making sure they’re staying healthy – it also means having a clean household.

With these few tips, you’ll know how easy it is to keep everything spotless around the clock!

1. Wash your hands with soap and water often

When you’re out and about, it’s important to remember that the only surefire way to stay healthy is good old-fashioned soap and water. Recently researchers found a correlation between handwashing frequency with gastrointestinal infections or diarrhea in children under five years of age (Reiner, 2010). It seems like common sense, but it can’t be said enough: wash your hands before handling food, after using public restrooms, changing diapers/diaper bags…the list goes on!

Your skin serves as a protective barrier from germs, so keep yourself protected by washing up often! There’s nothing wrong with using sanitizers, especially if soap isn’t nearby, but don’t rely on them too much.

2. Disinfect all surfaces in the home, including counters, tables, toilet seats, sinks, doorknobs, etc.

Our homes are full of germs, and we can’t avoid touching surfaces that countless unknown hands have touched. It’s essential to disinfect all the common areas in our home – from counters and tables to toilet seats, sinks, doorknobs… anything someone might touch or come into direct contact with.

Everyone wants to feel safe in their homes, but the only way they can do that is by making sure all surfaces are clean. Ensure these surfaces are free of germs with wipes or disinfectant spray after using them each time. Be careful when touching doorknobs – who knows where they have been!

3. Use a disinfectant spray to kill any viruses on door handles and light switches

Viruses are a big threat to us, and we need to take precautions. One way of doing this is by using disinfectant sprays on door handles and light switches because these features will help kill any viruses that may be lurking around the house.

Viruses, specifically Corona Viruses, can cause many health problems for people, so it’s important to get rid of them when they’re in your home. To do this effectively, use an anti-virus spray from all surfaces, including door handles and lights, just as soon as you enter your home each day!

4. If you have an air purifier at home, use it to circulate clean air throughout the house 

An air purifier can circulate clean air throughout the house. To do this, turn your device on and let it operate for an hour or two each day to continuously remove pollutants from indoor spaces like bedrooms, living rooms, dining rooms, etcetera. It will also help keep dust mites away!

5. Keep pets away from infected areas of the house, so they don’t lick or come into contact with it 

The house can’t be cleaned if your cat is licking everything and getting into the trash. Try to keep pets away from infected areas, as they might come into contact with it or lick it up, which could lead to health problems for them too.

6. Stay away from people who are sick until they’ve been treated for COVID 19

COVID 19 is a virus that spreads when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or shares things like eating utensils. If you are around someone who has COVID 19 until they’ve been treated for it, then their germs may spread to you and make your illness worse than if you had never come into contact with them at all.

Stay away from people who have cold-like symptoms before the sickness is cured.

How To Make Your Disinfectant against COVID 19?

Covid19 is a virus that causes cold symptoms. The virus can be spread through the air or by touching contaminated surfaces. It’s important to keep your home disinfected to prevent it from spreading, but you want to avoid using chemicals around kids and pets.

Homemade Disinfectant Sprays are an easy way to kill covid19 without any harmful side effects!

Things You’ll Need:

Making your DIY disinfecting products is a great way to save money while ensuring that you have safe, effective options for sanitizing.

Isopropyl Alcohol

Rubbing alcohol is a type of grain solvent that has many practical uses. Because it evaporates almost immediately, rubbing alcohol can be used to clean wounds or sterilize medical instruments without leaving any residue behind. It’s also great for removing dirt and grime from the surface of various items because its strong yet gentle fumes allow you to quickly wipe away these substances before they set in overtime, even better than soap and water alone could ever do on their own!

Isopropyl (or “rubbing”) alcohol is an extremely useful grain solvent with several different applications around your house as well as at work too!

Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is an extremely common chemical compound that has a wide range of applications. It’s used as a preservative in food processing and sanitation to control algae growth in lakes and streams, bleaching paper pulp at the mill (and removing stains from cloth), for cleaning wounds after surgery or accidents.

Hydrogen peroxide is commonly seen around many people’s homes because hydrogen peroxide releases oxygen bubbles which cause foaming action when combined with water. This makes it great for deep cleaning surfaces like toilets where you want extra power.

Household Bleach

Household bleach is one of the most widely used disinfectants in homes across the Philippines. Bleach can be found at any grocery store, and it should always first be diluted with water before use to avoid serious burns or damage to skin, eyes, nose, throat, etc. It’s also important not to mix household cleaners like ammonia because they might produce poisonous fumes that are harmful if inhaled.


1. Clean the surface you want to disinfect

2. In a spray bottle, mix 1 part of any ingredients above and five parts water

3. Spray surfaces that are likely to come into contact with your mouth or nose, such as kitchen counters, tables, doorknobs, toilet seats

4. Follow up by wiping down these areas with a clean cloth or paper towel

5. Rinse off any surface that is not easily wiped down 

We can’t afford to take any risks with COVID 19 because we’re not sure about the long-term effects. It’s better to be safe than sorry. After all, we can’t afford for anyone in our home to get sick and risk passing on COVID 19 or any other illness that could be lurking around the house. So while you may think killing and sanitizing every time might seem like too much work- trust us when we say there’s no such thing as “too many precautions” when trying to keep your family safe from diseases. 

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