We understand that the increased awareness of virus transmission has raised some questions as to how we can best minimise any impact on your business. There are some very simple guidelines to help reduce the possibility of germs spreading, and the good news is that most of these will be second nature.
Frequently touched items include tables, worktops, doorknobs, light switches, hard-backed dining chairs, kettles, handles, remote controls, taps and sinks. After routine cleaning, you may choose to use a disinfectant or bleach-based spray (where appropriate) to kill any remaining bacteria in these areas.
Reusable sponges and cloths have the benefit of being able to be washed (60 degrees or above) after each use but disposable paper towels or kitchen towels may be an alternative.
Hand washing is proven to be the single most effective way to stop the spread of viruses and germs. Hand sanitiser is an extra option worth considering but shouldn’t replace good old soap and water.
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