4 Simple Ways to Make Your House A Flu-Free Zone



When wintertime rolls around, we are all placed on high alert for the flu. We can receive flu shots that are designed to protect us. Unfortunately, these shots do not offer foolproof protection and we still need to take the proper precautions. That’s why we are here to offer valuable assistance in this regard. By reading on to learn more, you too can have a flu proof home.

First of all, we need to be using cleaning products that are designed for this purpose. If the product is able to kill off the germs that cause the flu, there will be a seal of approval from the Environmental Protection Agency right on the packaging. Don’t make the mistake of purchasing cleaning products that do not contain this seal of approval.

Once that aspect is taken care of, it is time to focus on our own hand washing techniques. You might think that you are washing your hands in the proper manner but most of us struggle in this regard. In order to get the most out of your hand washing experience, you will need to make sure that the fingertips are being washed thoroughly. This is the part of the hands that come into contact with the most germs.

Germs are also found on our clothes and we must take the correct steps to eliminate them. If we come from being outside for a significant period of time and we are planning on remaining inside of the home for a few hours, it is in our best interests to change our clothes. This keeps the germs that we may have picked up outside from having a chance to spread.

Last but certainly least, use disposables whenever possible. Instead of reusing towels that are going to trap in germs and cause us to get sick, utilize paper versions. When someone in our home is sick, this is a great way to make sure that we do not catch the same thing that they have. We should also avoid eating and drinking out of the same items that are being used by the sickly folks in our homes.

Now that we have learned more about the best ways to keep our home safe from the flu during the winter months, it is time to pass these tips along to all of our closest friends and family members. Please be sure to share away!


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