For your hands, alcohol can be effective. When used too much, however, it can be an irritant to the airways, and can strip your skin of the necessary emollients it needs to still protect itself. Excessive dryness caused by this can even lead to further bacterial infection.
Establishing a routine cleaning practice in our homes and workplaces is essential to maintaining a clean, safe and healthy environment, and should be the first step we undertake, prior to sanitizing or disinfecting. With the right tools and practices in place, keeping our homes safe and virus-free becomes a breeze.
We may be surprised to find out that not all disinfectants are created equal: some have a higher kill level than others, and it would be helpful to know what you may need, depending on the surface, and what pathogen needs to be eliminated.
The pandemic is seeing an increased relevance of the bike. Since mass transport has become short of obsolete, or simply just not the best option to get around due to the high risks that it poses, more and more people are bringing out their two-wheelers and using it to get from one point to another.
Make sure to keep your child outside the room when you are applying these cleaning or disinfecting materials, and have a chance to aerate the room before they enter. Better yet, use disinfectants that are child-friendly and are non-irritant to the skin and airways, but still have formidable virus-killing capacity.