Roseville, MI (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
Prevention goes a long way in protecting the spread of germs and bacteria, which is why everyone should go that extra mile to create healthy conditions.
Hands should be washed frequently using warm soap and water, especially before and after handling food or changing a diaper. Scrub for 20 seconds, and use a paper towel to turn off the faucet. Surfaces, such as kitchen counters, bathroom sinks and work desks, should be sanitized using antibacterial wipes or sprays. Use paper towels that will be thrown away after, or use towels that will be washed in hot water. Remember, while cleaning does clean surfaces, you must use a disinfectant to actually destroy bacteria.
Finally, if someone in the family is sick, keep them home. While work and school are certainly priorities, no one appreciates a sick person spreading the cold and flu. For more tips and products subscribe to http://firstaidmonster.firstaid-blog.com/