Nov 26, 2015

Germs Found Inside Your House and How to Exterminate Them

There is much to be said about a huge home and its wide expanse of a room. But what we are not aware of is that, aside from us taking residency within these safe walls, there are also microbes and bacteria residing in the hidden corners of a home, very much to our dismay.

Even with the seemingly spotless clean interior, there may still be germs lurking in concealed spaces. A county club home in Tagaytay makes sure that all of the rooms are spotlessly clean and that germs are eradicated.

Germs live in humid and dark areas while bacteria linger on some unexpected places. But of course, to remedy that, here are some tips on how to exterminate these health pests which are found surprisingly in these areas of your home.

In Your Kitchen

The sink, is the most probable area of the kitchen that houses more germs and bacteria considering this is where you wash your dirty dishes and wash away the foreign remnants in your food such as vegetables and fruits. Your cutting boards are also hiding some bacteria from the raw meats you cut and slice. Sponges and dish towels are also two of the obvious items hoarding germs so to rid them off of germs is making sure to apply citric juices from lemons, limes, and oranges. Soak them good with this acidic liquid which will help disinfect your items of germs and bacteria.

In Your Bathroom

Bathrooms are without a doubt the main lair for germs and bacteria residing in a home. Bathtubs and toilets are breeding places for mucks and grimes which are notable living environment for germs and bacteria and the perfect breeding ground for these harmful things.  Cleaning the tubs and toilet seats, opt for using hot water and baking soda. They are also very effective as cleaning agents. Cleaning the bathroom floors should also be an everyday routine and make sure to use a sanitizing cleaning solution to effectively disinfect the floors.

In Your Living Room
Any potential allergens and microbes can be found in the areas of your living room. Carpets and rugs for one can collect dust overtime which can only mean that it is an accountable source of allergens. Aside from that, fungi are found on the sides of pots of your indoor plants since moisture is constant and bacteria and fungi fester on moist and humid areas. If you have a regular maintenance of carpet cleaning this will prevent from dust and allergens collecting. Plus, opt for easily maintained indoor plants rather than the large ones where it acquires more space and emits more moisture inside.

Electronic equipment and window curtains if not cleaned or dusted properly can also gain germs overtime and accumulate allergens. Make sure to thoroughly wash your curtains since it covers a majority of your windows and block and traps dusts from entering inside the room. Also, make sure to clean the remote of every electronic equipment since you use it almost every single day. Items like these are great carriers of germs and quickly transfer them from person to person who uses it.

You can be assured that with regular and meticulous cleaning can help make sure that your house is a safe place to live in. Keep in mind that a safe home is a clean home, which every family is deserving of.

Author Bio

Randolph Hoover and his family were originally from San Diego California but he is currently studying Business Administration in Umea University in Sweden. Aside from being a student, he also helps his parents with their home maintenance business in their home in Umea. He is also one of the marketing guy for Tagaytay Highlands.

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