Cleaner homes can mean healthier families

The Centers for Disease Control have come down with everyday steps to clean and disinfect your home to protect you and your family.  The routine scrubbing of high touch surface areas including tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, faucets, sinks, and toilets.  John Hill of Ahnapee Hill Cleaning Services in Sturgeon Bay says when it comes to cleaning inside your home, a simple mixture of soap and water can work, besides the detergents or diluted bleach. 



Hill says having your carpets deep-cleaned by steam-method will also help to keep your home safer.  You can find information by the CDC on how to best clean and disinfect your house below.


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