What grows on the doorknobs in your home?

What grows on the doorknobs in your home?

Here’s some interesting trivia: Viruses can thrive on a hard, non-porous surface such as a door handle for up to 24 hours. Bacteria, such as Salmonella and MRSA, have all been found to last weeks and even months on these types of surfaces. Doorknobs don’t dry by...

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Cleaning the Dirtiest Surfaces of Your Airbnb Between Uses

Cleaning the Dirtiest Surfaces of Your Airbnb Between Uses

Here’s a scenario: It’s 11 a.m. on Sunday. You know your last guest just checked out of the cute Airbnb you manage. Check-in is at 3 p.m., which means that you have four hours (at most) to get into your Airbnb, clean it thoroughly and get it ready for your next guest....

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How Does Waterless Hand Soap Work?

How Does Waterless Hand Soap Work?

Whether pandemics are sweeping the globe, you’re helping take care of a loved one or you’re just trying to avoid the common cold, one simple yet effective method exists to keep germs at bay. By washing your hands regularly, you’re helping mitigate one of the most...

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What are the Best Uses for Handheld Cleaning Sprays?

What are the Best Uses for Handheld Cleaning Sprays?

When you’re adding products to your cleaning lineup, you want to make sure that you’re getting as much bang for your buck as is humanly possible. After all, you have limited space. Every single product you purchase needs to be able to accomplish several different...

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Everything You Need to Know About: Staphylococcus Aureus

Everything You Need to Know About: Staphylococcus Aureus

Staphylococcus aureus is an extremely dangerous yet common type of bacteria. They are gram-positive, which means that they have thick cell walls. Shaped like spheres, they can cause anything from frustrating and irritating skin conditions to pneumonia, heart value...

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