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Johnson County Chem-Dry is Certified by The Carpet and Rug Institute as a Platinum Member Carpet and Rug Cleaning Service Provider under the CRI’s Seal of Approval Program. We are the ONLY Certified, Bonded, and Insured, Carpet Cleaner in Johnson County, Tx. We provide Green Certified, Kid Safe, Pet Safe Carpet Cleaning that Dries in 1-2 hours! We are your local Pet Urine Removal Experts! We eliminate 99.9% of odors and 99.2% of bacteria from Pet Deposits, leaving your carpets fresh and healthy! We also provide Tile and Stone Cleaning and Sealing, as well as, Area Rug Cleaning, Upholstery Cleaning, Mattress Cleaning, Granite Countertop Cleaning and Renewal. Locally owned and operated in Johnson County, Tx for 25+ years. Visit Carpet Cleaning

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How Long Do Viruses Live on Surfaces

How Long Do Viruses Live on Surfaces

HOW LONG DO VIRUSES LIVE ON SURFACES?

Flu season has always made people a little more wary of handshakes and shared items, but the global COVID-19 health pandemic has elevated that fear even further. Doorknobs, desks, and public areas become suspects, even within one’s own home. But how long can viruses live on these surfaces? Can a virus survive long enough to pose a threat to your health? The answer depends on so many variables that it’s impossible to give exact answers. But we know enough to give general guidelines, and the answers might surprise you.

A note

In this article, when we say a virus “dies” we are indicating that the virus is no longer infectious. In some cases the virus can remain intact much longer, but is harmless after the points the data here describes. Industry grade sanitizer, however, truly kills the virus by destroying the lipid membrane that acts as its “skin,” whether or not the virus was contagious.

Viruses Vary
Viruses vary widely in function, shape, and, as you would expect, the amount of time they can survive on a surface outside a host body. We’ll give you general statistics for several viruses, including flu, herpes, norovirus, rhinoviruses, and coronaviruses. Of course, viruses in the same family can vary drastically (just look at the coronavirus family — one coronavirus causes a common cold, another causes a worldwide pandemic) but we give general information so you can get a better understanding of how long a virus can survive on various surfaces.

Environment Matters
Environmental factors also come into play. Flu viruses may die quickly in the warm summer air, but during frigid winter days, they can survive for hours. This is part of the reason influenza is seasonal.

Environmental factors that may affect how long a virus lives on surfaces include surface type, temperature, humidity, and of course if any surface or air has been treated with an antimicrobial solution.

Viruses will survive longer on hard, smooth surfaces than on soft, porous ones. A virus will have more trouble surviving in your carpet than on your kitchen sink (but which one is easier to clean?)

How Long Do Viruses Live on Surfaces?
Note: all times are approximate

Infographic: How Long Do Viruses Live on Surfaces
A Note on COVID-19

COVID-19, a member of the coronavirus family, has become an incredibly worrysome phenomenon for many people. The novel nature of this coronavirus means that it was largely unstudied before 2020. We may not yet fully understand the specific strain of virus that causes COVID-19. However, there are things we do know, both about COVID-19 and coronaviruses in general. Johnson County Chem-Dry has compiled a coronavirus fact sheet and a tips and tricks article detailing how to protect your home during this time.

Boost your Home Health with Chem-Dry

Johnson County Chem-Dry’s hospital grade sanitizing solution meets the EPA criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing COVID-19. Our processes and solutions are safe for your homes surfaces. With proper treatment, you can keep your home’s surfaces free of infectious viruses, pandemic-causing or otherwise. Contact your Your Healthy Home Provider today.

Infographic text:

Influenza - Seasonal flu

Hard surfaces - 24 hours

Soft surfaces - 15 minutes to several hours

Skin - 5-15 minutes

Air - 1-24+ hours (longer in colder air)

Herpes - cold sores and skin blisters

Hard, dry surfaces - up to 8 weeks

hard, humid surfaces - 1-5 hours

skin - 2 hours

Rotavirus - Year-round stomach bug

Hard, dry surfaces, - 8 hours

Hard, wet surfaces - 2 weeks+

Skin - 4 hours.

Norovirus - Winter stomach bug

Hard, dry surfaces - 2 weeks

Still water - up to months

Rhinovirus - Common colds

Hard surfaces - 24 hours

Soft surfaces - 3 hours

Skin - 3 hours

Coronaviruses - Common colds, COVID-19, and SARS

Hard surfaces - up to 3 days

Soft surfaces - 24 hours

Skin - 3-9 hours, depending on virus

Air - 3 hours

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Common Disinfecting Mistakes

Common Disinfecting Mistakes

ARE YOU MAKING THESE COMMON DISINFECTING MISTAKES?
Common Disinfecting Mistakes

If you’re like most people, you didn’t spend a lot of time thinking about disinfecting before 2020. Most of us grabbed a familiar product off the store shelf and didn’t think twice about it. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it a greater need for disinfecting at home, but the dos and don’ts circulating on the internet can be confusing. Here are three of the top disinfecting mistakes to avoid:

Clean before using disinfecting products. Cleaning refers to using water and a product like soap to remove dirt and other debris from surfaces. Cleaning does not kill germs and bacteria but can reduce the amount of them on a surface. It is a vital first step that shouldn’t be missed. Cleaning a surface before applying a disinfectant allows the product to work better.
Read the product label before use. It’s common for people to assume that all disinfectants work the same way, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Each product has its own individual concentration, which means unique requirements for use. Reading the label ensures you’ll get the maximum effectiveness and protect yourself by knowing the proper safety protocols.
Don’t immediately wipe the disinfectant away. It’s cleaning instinct for most of us, you spray and then you immediately wipe the surface. But that’s not how disinfectants work. In order to kill germs, disinfectants have a “dwell time” or amount of time they need to sit on the surface they’re disinfecting. This typically ranges from 1 to 10 minutes, depending on the product. If you aren’t giving the product time to do its job, you’re most likely leaving germs behind.

Prefer to leave the disinfecting to the experts? Johnson County Chem-Dry can help with our new MicroPro ShieldTM Service which includes the application of an EPA-registered, hospital-grade disinfectant along with the application of a protective antimicrobial coating to surfaces that were disinfected, inhibiting the growth and spread of microbes (bacteria and algae) on contact for up to 3 months.2

Learn more about our MicroPro Shield service here, Carpet Cleaning Burleson.

1Based on EPA registration # 82972-1. Hard surface bacteria tests were based on independent lab testing associated with EPA registration # 82972-1; sealed stone and VCT surfaces were evaluated for 38 pathogens including bacteria, germs and viruses. Our sanitizer associated with EPA registration # 82972-1 has been approved by the EPA for use against SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19.
2Based on EPA registration # 87583-3. Effective against algae and odor and stain-causing bacteria.

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10 important tips to help you reduce allergens in your home

10 important tips to help you reduce allergens in your home

Here are 10 important tips to help you reduce allergens in your home or workplace.

Wash surfaces regularly
While regular professional carpet cleaning is a must, maintaining a routine to wash your surfaces properly will help you reduce allergens in your home. To do this, try using single wipe dust rags and even damp mops. Always wash cleaning rags and mop heads in hot water after using them.

Filter your air
While carpet cleaning helps to reduce allergens, filtering your air will also make a difference. For that, consider a HEPA filter in the areas where you spend most of your time.

Clean up the mould
You can always call us to assist with the removal of mould in your home. But, if you want to give it a go yourself then give it a good scrub with water and detergent to clean it up. Then let it air dry completely. But, if the mould is tough and resistant, you’d better give us a call.

Close the windows
Keeping your windows closed prevents allergens from entering your house from the outside. While this isn’t difficult during winter months, often people like to have the windows open during summer. For that, you might try using an air-conditioner as their in-built filters also help to filter common allergens and dust from the air.

Leave your shoes outside
Before you enter your home, we advise you to leave your shoes at the front door. It helps to avoid tracking dust and other allergens inside and reduces the number of times you will need to get your carpet professionally cleaned by our Doveton team. Taking your shoes off will help to maintain the quality and cleanliness of your carpets.

Prefer going for hot wash most of the time:
We prefer to use the hot extraction cleaning process for thorough cleaning of dust, dirt, stains and allergens, and we suggest the same for you as well. Every week, wash your bedding and towels in hot water at least once, then dry them using your hot dryer. Of course, check the labels for washing and drying instructions.

Wear a mask
Whenever you are performing household chores, try wearing a mask to protect yourself from an allergy attack. When the cleaning process is over, leave the house for a few minutes to avoid the dust allergens that you might have stirred up when cleaning.

Dehumidify
Reduce moisture level in dam basements with the help of dehumidifiers but be sure to empty the water regularly and keep the units always clean.

Vacuum
Try using a vacuum with HEPA filter (just like we do) to help reduce allergens in the surrounding air.

Block the creepy-crawlies
Cockroaches usually reside in densely populated areas. So, regularly treat for spiders and bugs, and block the wall cracks, crevices and window openings to prevent them from entering your home where possible.

Try following these 10 simple tips to reduce allergens in your home and workplace. And when you need to organise your regular thorough clean of all your carpets, rugs and upholstered furniture, Chem Dry Pro professional carpet cleaning Doveton will always be there for you.

Original Source: https://www.cdrypro.com.au/blogs/10-tips-to-reduce-allergens-in-your-home/

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