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6 Steps to Proper Hand Hygiene

Proper hand-washing, particularly before and after certain activities, is one of the best ways to remove germs and avoid getting sick. One study found that 95% of people do not wash their hands correctly after using the restroom, 2 in 3 people forget the soap and 1 in 10 skip the process entirely.

There are easy techniques to follow to get those nasty germs off your hands.

1) Start: rinse your hands of any dirt or grease before adding soap.

2) Scrub: apply soap and rub hands together making sure to get every area of your hands and any exposed areas of your wrists. According to the CDC, most people forget about their fingertips and between their fingers.

3) Time: hum the tune of "Happy Birthday" twice in your head to ensure you are washing for the proper amount of time- at least 20 seconds.

4) Rinse: rinse off all the soap

5) Dry: a very important step to removing germs!

6) Finish: avoid recontamination.

Remember all those people who don't wash their hands properly? Use a paper towel to turn off the faucet and when touching the door handle to leave the restroom if possible.

Proper Floor Matting

Did you know that utilizing 10'-15' of matting can capture as much as 85%-95% of contaminants from entering the building?

Mats are the first defense to stop snow, dirt and moisture from entering your facility and protecting interior floor surfaces from excessive damage and wear.

Julep Cleaning Still Recommends Disinfecting Services for COVID-19

At Julep Cleaning, we continue to offer every one of our clients the most effective way to kill any viruses (including COVID-19) – electrostatic disinfecting fogging. This proven approach meets CDC recommended procedures to disinfect surfaces of the COVID-19 virus.

Our Sunflower package is one way to to take advantage of the electrostatic disinfecting but you can add it to any of our other packages when you schedule!

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