Sanitizing Hotel Rooms
Whether you are planning a vacation or traveling for work, sanitizing your hotel room is a crucial way of protecting yourself from COVID-19. Having a sanitary hotel room is important under normal circumstances but with coronavirus cases mounting in the United States it is more important than ever.
A new study authored by scientists from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institutes of Health, Princeton and UCLA says the virus can live on surfaces for anywhere from a few hours to days. So if you are planning to travel you should be prepared to take the following precautions.
- Take Eddie’s Clean Hands Multipurpose Disinfectant to wipe down hard surfaces in the room such as the such as the night table, coffee table and desk
- Sanitize frequently touched surfaces such as doorknobs, toilet handle and faucet handles
- Remove the bedspread and decorative pillows that are often not laundered between guests
- Bathrooms can be germ central, so spray or wipe down all hard surfaces, including the toilet seat and lid.
- Avoid hotel glassware that is not individually sealed
- Place the TV remote in a plastic bag and zip it shut so that you can utilize the remote through the bag without having to touch it’s surface
- Use Eddie’s spray hand sanitizer once you have finished disinfecting your room
Travel during COVID-19 may seem daunting but with a little preparation and a bottle of Eddie’s Clean Hands to disinfect surfaces, as well as sanitize your hands, you can put your mind at ease when you need to hit the road.