We have been living with Covid-19 for over two years now. It is now in the endemic phase, which is more common. That does not mean you or one of your family members will not contract covid-19. If your family does get it, you may feel uncomfortable in your home and think the house is infected. So how do you disinfect and clean your home during an endemic? Here are some you can do to make your home cleaner.
Give Your House’s “Immune System” a Leg Up
Living in Florida means you can appreciate warm weather all year long. However, this also means that the humidity is high. Heat and moisture are the perfect environments for mold and mildew to grow. If you have asthma, these substances can worsen your respiratory system. Since Covid-19 is a respiratory disease, breathing in spores from mold and mildew can worsen the symptoms. So, where do you start to get rid of mold and mildew? First, you need a dumpster to throw everything away. You will usually require a 20-yard dumpster, but you may need a 30-yard dumpster for more significant projects.
Your house is full of old things that can be a paradise for mold and mildew. Old furniture like sofas and chairs in a dark, damp room can become a significant source of mold and mildew. Likewise, old throw pillows make excellent places for mold to grow. One of the most dangerous sources of mold and mildew is a leaky roof. If you see water stains on your ceiling, the water that caused it can also cause decay and mildew to grow on your walls. This is very dangerous, just like Covid-19. If you do see leaks on your ceiling, make sure to get a roll-off dumpster so that We can place the shingles from a repair or roof replacement inside of it.
Making your home safe from viruses is important. After someone in your family has had Covid-19, you need to do a deep clean using bleach. Make sure the room you use bleach in has good ventilation. Open windows and doors if possible. Bleach kitchen counters, bathroom counters, showers, and bathtubs. If you see leaks on your ceiling, get a roll-off dumpster so that We can place the shingles from a repair or roof replacement inside it.
Use strong garbage bags when disposing of bleach-soaked sponges and paper towels. First, use a household cleaner like Lysol or non-bleach Clorox to clean areas where people touch, such as doorknobs, refrigerator handles, oven handles, remote controls, phones, and other places someone might put their hands. Like bleach-soaked sponges and paper towels, take cleaner soaked sponges and paper towels and seal them in a strong garbage bag before disposing of them in your dumpster.
What happens to the waste from my cleanout?
The first step is to deliver a dumpster to your driveway. After you have cleaned out your house, we will pick up the dumpster and take it to the Central County Solid Waste Disposal Complex. There, the waste will be sorted into materials that go to the landfill and those that are recycled. The bleach and household cleaners you used in your cleanout will be enough to kill any traces of Covid-19 before it is buried in the landfill. This will protect you and your family from any danger it may pose.
If you are going to do an endemic cleanout, please call us at 772-281-5027 or Visit us in Precision Disposal of South Florida. We can help you determine the size of the dumpster you need to eliminate the waste properly. Click here to schedule your dumpster drop-off.
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