With allergy, cold, and flu season coming up, now is a good time to refresh your family on healthy hygiene practices and get your home sanitized. Our team at M.S. Chem-Dry are experts at carpet cleaning and carpet sanitizer in Omaha, NE, so we’ve shared some of our best sanitizing practices with you!
Prioritize high-touch surfaces.
Whether you’re using spray or wipe-down at-home sanitization methods, prioritize high-touch areas before you move onto low-touch areas. These areas in your home include door handles and knobs, countertops, light switches, stair rails, or any other surfaces that come in contact with a variety of people multiple times a day.
Teach your family about proper hygiene & cleaning practices.
Make sure your family is on the same page when it comes to keeping your home clean and keeping themselves healthy. Double-check with your kids to ensure they are using proper handwashing techniques and provide them with hand sanitizer to keep in their backpacks or pockets at school.
Enlist the help of professionals for carpet sanitizer in Omaha, NE.
When you choose us for carpet cleaning and carpet sanitizer in Omaha, NE, we can apply a sanitizer using a method of wiping, misting, or spraying—whatever will be best for the specific surfaces you’ve requested. Our Hospital-Grade Sanitizers are effective at eliminating 99.9% of bacteria from hard non-porous surfaces like tile, stone, wood, laminates, and vinyl. 1 We can also apply it to any high-touch areas throughout your home that you request. So whether it’s time for carpet cleaning in Omaha, NE or any of our other services, M.S. Chem-Dry can provide the extra sanitization you need this fall!
1Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of Chem-Dry’s Hot Carbonating Extraction process. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. All bacteria results include use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple homes. Hard surface bacteria tests were based on independent lab testing associated with EPA registration #s 84683-3-74771 and 70385-6; sealed stone and VCT surfaces were evaluated and bacteria tested include salmonella, influenza and E. coli.