This Ramadan it’s a time for self-reflection, purification, prayers, charity & food feasts with family. This Ramadan like last year, will be slightly different, with us spending more time in our homes, not getting out much even for prayers. Surely it makes sense that your surroundings are clean, comfortable and welcoming to all the good blessings.
Of course, one cannot exert themselves too much while fasting, because it can leave us feeling tired & dehydrated, which is why we have come up with this simple and handy checklist of tips & tricks, that will make cleaning easier and faster. But that is not all, to take the stress out of cleaning, we have made an all-in-one Ramadan Cleaning Kit, which has everything you need for a clean house, that is not just clean but disinfected too. So that your family is safe, happy and healthy. B
The cycle of curfews will not stop unless we all take responsibility and start following basic tips & protocols. Here are some tips on how w
Here is a fool-proof guide to keep your kitchen spotless and eliminate the chance of contamination or disease, due to viruses and bacteria.
The coronavirus pandemic has made us all relook at the importance of good hygiene. But, as we wash and sanitize our hands more frequently in an effort to protect ourselves from the virus, it is also a good idea to pay attention to other areas of the house that need deep cleaning and disinfecting, like your kitchen.
When it comes to how often you should clean and sanitize your kitchen, food health experts say that key tools like knives and cutting boards should be cleaned and disinfected with an antibacterial washing-up liquid like
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10 tips to #DisinfectToProtect your home from Coronavirus
These are our best practices for keeping yourself and your home clean and virus-free.
As the world ramps up countless self-protection measures against the novel coronavirus, there is also more confusion than ever, on the best practices and measures to disinfect your home and surroundings.
We all are well aware of the 20-second hand-washing rule, social distancing measures and more, but there are important considerations when it comes to keeping your living spaces free of coronavirus and other viruses and bacteria. Since the illness is transmitted via touch and airborne droplets that can stay on surfaces for several hours or possibly much longer, it is important to decontaminate any surfaces where such droplets could land. Because what looks clean may not always be so.
Are you not today more cautious of the surfaces you touch outside of your home? Like door handles and home delivery