Cleaning and Sanitizing Against Coronavirus
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Cleaning and Sanitizing Against Coronavirus

THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 2020

There’s no secret about it. If you’ve been on the news recently, you’ve heard about the Coronavirus, also known as Covid-19. It’s spreading rapidly around the world, causing most of us to be quarantined in our homes. Covid-19 is extremely contagious and can be spread in tiny droplets released from the nose and mouth of an infected person when they cough. The droplets can land the people, clothing and objects around them, and also remain in the air. Research has shown that the virus lives for a long time in faecal matter, which is why the CDC advises us to refrain from touching our face.

To stay safe from the Coronavirus, the CDC advises us to frequently clean objects that are touched often such as doorknobs, countertops, light switches, and cabinet handles. If surfaces are dirty, they should be cleaned using a detergent and water, followed by disinfection. For individuals who are high risk, we recommend disinfecting and sanitizing your home.

Our products have been tested and proven to remove 98% of allergens from carpets and upholstery and 89% of airborne bacteria and 99.99 percent of bacteria from hardwood, engineered wood, and tile and stone.

Here at Cardinal Chem-Dry, we can deep clean and sanitize your furniture and carpets. This would be beneficial for anyone in an area that is affected by the Coronavirus, especially high risk individuals. Our sanitizer can help combat the Coronavirus by eliminating the unhealthy bacteria that can spread illness from furniture, mattresses, carpets and other flooring and other household items. It also removes 89% of bacteria in the air, which greatly reduces the possibility of inhaling the virus.

Though we’re living in a terrifying pandemic, Cardinal Chem-Dry is here to help you through it. We’re committed to making your home a healthy haven for your family. Call us today to schedule an appointment!

For the most accurate information and updates regarding COVID-19, please visit CDC.gov.


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