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  • How To Disinfect The House So You Don't Have To Worry During Playtime

    Playtime doesn't start until these areas are clean!
How To Disinfect The House So You Don't Have To Worry During Playtime
  • All moms will agree that every family deserves a home that's free of diseases. Even more so when there are children living in the house—it's important that their play areas do not expose them to different kinds of germs and bacteria. We know no mom would want to take any chances, so here's what you can do to ensure that your home is properly sanitized during playtime:

    Target every high-touch surface in your house.

    High-touch surfaces such as doorknobs, faucets, light switches, game controllers, mousepads, and remote controls should be a priority every time you clean the house. These are surfaces kids regularly come in contact with during playtime, which puts them at the top of your list of areas to disinfect every day.

    Beware of communal spaces.

    If your children mostly do their playing in communal spaces like the living room or the bedroom, it goes without saying that these areas need special attention. It's not just the hard surfaces either: Soft surfaces like bed linens, pillows, and used clothing can also be prone to bacteria, so make it a point to change and wash them as often as possible. When cleaning these spaces, your two best allies are your disinfectant spray and multi-purpose cleaner.

    Do the floors every day.

    Kids tend to sit and lie on the floor during playtime, so these surfaces need a good sweeping, vacuuming, and damp mopping every day. For those hard-to-remove tile stains, prepare a microfiber cloth and a multi-purpose cleaner and give the area a thorough wipe-down.

    Don't forget the toys!

    Your child's toys are their most prized possessions, which means they're practically glued to these things all day. Depending on the nature of the toy, these items should be disinfected at least twice a week. Some will need some serious washing, but most can be cleaned with a cloth and a multi-purpose cleaner.

    For easier and more effective cleaning, use a multi-purpose cleaner like Domex wherever applicable. It can protect your home from malodor-causing germs and keep it spotless in the process. Follow Domex Philippines on Facebook to know more.

    Think of it as hitting two birds with one stone: Not only are your kids safe from germs and viruses, but they also get to make the most out of their time at home. Happy cleaning, mommies!

This article was created by Summit Storylabs in partnership with Domex.
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