When someone is sick he is sad and sad. Having a nice clean bed can provide some degree of comfort. But, while you want to make the sick person feel comfortable and better than ever, it is equally important to protect yourself and the rest of your family and take care of your beds.
Learn how to disinfect laundry and remove harmful stains such as vomit, urine, liquid drugs and blood that may have entered your home with illness.
Handling sick bed linen
Choose 100% white cotton sheets when someone is sick. Why? They can be boring but it is very easy and simple to disinfect with hot water. Most sheets with bright colors and synthetic blends cannot and will never withstand the rigors of disinfectant chemicals.
One of the best things you can do to protect yourself from illness is to wear or use proper gloves when handling dirty laundry. At least keep them away from your face and body. Wash linens as soon as possible to prevent cross-contamination in hampers with other clothing, and be sure to follow these disinfecting tips and tricks.
Disinfect and bacteria-free PJs and clothes
Chlorine bleach with the right amount and warm water temperature is excellent at disinfecting and bacteria-free clothing. However, keep in mind that not all fabric types can withstand chlorine bleach.
The CDC provides this guideline with the aim of keeping your laundry disinfected and bacteria-free at home and protecting your family from bacterial infections, infections, and viruses without costing you a penny or ruining your clothes. If you or someone in your household wears a medical scrub, you are able to prevent cross-contamination from patients in the office or hospital, large or small.
How to remove liquid medicine stains
Liquid tonics have gone a long way from cod liver oil and the bitter medicines and medicines of our grandparents. Some liquids also come in capsules that are easy to swallow.
Pharmacies and manufacturers add flavorings and dyes that make liquid medicines more attractive and younger but their color also leave a stain. Learn how to remove their color.
How to Remove Greasy Ointment or Salve Stains
Ointments and salves also often leave greasy stains on sheets and clothing. It's important to remove these stains as soon as possible to prevent these stains from becoming permanent - especially on your gorgeous clothes.
One tip to start: Always use the edge of a spoon or a sharp knife to remove as much of the ointment as possible. Don't touch him! It only helps to push the greasy dirt deeper into the fabric fibers.
How to remove vomit, urine and stool stains from clothes?
Accidents can happen to all of us. You can try your best to be prepared in advance and sometimes it doesn't even work. And, these accidents always happen during the middle of the night.
Here's a tip that might make your life a little bit easier and simpler: Be sure to keep a couple of sheets in the sick person's room. This will save you the hassle during the middle of the night when you try to find clean sheets.
All these stains are protein stains and can be treated and treated equally to remove the stain and odor. Master One, Master All:
• How to remove vomit stains and odor
• How to clean urine stains and odors (includes carpet stain removal tips)
How to remove blood stains
Blood is also part of a protein stain and needs to be handled and treated with the correct water temperature to prevent excessive staining. Treat and remedy blood stains as soon as possible and those stains should be easy to remove by following a few simple and easy steps.
How to disinfect and bacteria free your washer
Your washer can give germs and bacteria a place to live and should be cleaned on a regular and daily basis, especially after illness has spread through the home. This is especially important if you primarily use cold water temperatures for dirty laundry. Protect yourself and your family and your loved ones with a few simple and easy steps to disinfect your washer and get rid of bacteria.