How to clean after a Flu

When flu strikes, it’s time to dust off the mop and get out the disinfectant. Cleaning up after a nasty bout of flu can seem like an epic chore, but don’t worry – we’re here to help!

Starting in the bathroom, you should clean all surfaces that have been touched by infected family members, such as countertops, sinks and toilets. Make sure to give extra attention to knobs and door handles, which can be covered in germs. Don’t forget to change towels or washcloths used on sick days too!

Moving onto the kitchen, use hot water with soap on all dishes used by those who were ill. Also make sure to wipe down countertops, sinks and any other surfaces that have been touched.

Don’t forget to clean remote controls, phones, keyboards and other electronic devices around the house. Wipe them down with a disinfectant wipe or a cloth dampened with water and vinegar.

Finally, it’s time to change all bedding used by family members who were ill. Use hot water to wash pillowcases, sheets and blankets on a very thorough cycle. This will help reduce the amount of flu germs lingering for days to come!

Here are some simple tips for cleaning up after a bout of flu! With these steps, you can keep your home germ-free while getting back to your normal routine. Good luck!

Cleaning up after the flu may be tedious, but it’s an important task for all family members. By following these simple steps, you’ll make sure that your home stays healthy and germ-free!

Happy cleaning, and stay healthy!

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