12 Feb How to Keep Your Bathroom Germ-Free
Cold and flu season here. As we battle the sniffles with plenty of fluids and rest, don’t forget to also take a few precautions in your home maintenance routines. Here are a few tips to help keep your family healthy and your bathroom clean.
Germ-Free Bathroom Tips:
Replace Your Toothbrush – You should always replace your toothbrush every three months. If it’s been a while or you’re sick, now is the perfect time to switch up your old toothbrush with a new one. This will help prevent spreading germs – and you’ll get better faster!
Always Wash Your Hands – It may go without saying, but wash your hands thoroughly each time you use the bathroom. Germs can spread quickly by touch! Make sure that you remind young children to wash their hands with warm, soapy water.
Wash Your Bath Towels – Bath towels should be changed and washed regularly. Make sure that you have towel racks installed in your bathroom so that your towels can dry – this will prevent mold and help your allergies.
Clean All the Surfaces – Take time once a week to thoroughly clean the surfaces in your bathroom. From the tub to the faucet handles, cleaning your bathroom will help get rid of pesky germs.
If you have any questions about how to improve your bathroom with a new plumbing fixture, or you have any plumbing problems this winter, contact our professional technicians. We are here to help you keep your bathroom running smoothly!