Most common questions I get asked

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 How long will it take to dry?

That is one of those questions that can’t be answered rather straight forwards as it will depend on on few factors. First of all it depends on type of carpet, as some carpets will dry with in 1h after the treatment and they don’t require much time to be given. Secondary factor is amount of treatment required on the day, as if it is heavily soiled it will need loads of attentions as going over it and agitation tends to get treatment rather deep in to the carpet with this in mind a lot of moisture will go into the carpet.

In summary I can fairly say that it will be 1h to up to 12h to dry if right conditions are achieved in the house.

Do I have to remove everything from the room?

This is rather often if customer is still living in the house I am about to work, however there is no need to remove completely everything from the room, as rather often i can work around the furniture and move certain things with in the room.

Are the chemicals you use safe for children / pets?

This is rather common that people are concerned about toxins in their lives and I applaud this question as it is showing they care about their dogs or cats, I am big dog lover and just adore my two creatures. Chemicals that I use are biodegradable and are not used in a concentration to be harmful in whomever lives in the house, as in process of cleaning most of the chemicals are also removed so there is completely no danger. Only situation when those would not be safe for dogs is when dog would try to drink them, but that is a case with most of the chemicals I would say.

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Lock down on the gym use

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With this resent situation most frustrating situation is that gyms are not available to be used, and that is something that I dislike most about recent few months or weeks (it feels like months now). I have been training a lot in the house and it has been working well for me, but still with this limited amount of training I do not have a luxury of eating as much as I have been eating before so that is why I am fasting a lot now and eating only every second day at this stage. I do find it is very good for my focus and overall health I would think at this stage, and I do intent to proceed with it till at least I’ll be back at full days in few weeks I hope. Not long and shops will start reopening and things will start going back to normal. 

With this in light I can see more and more thing mentioning something of this social distancing being orsant at least for another year or so, however with more and more texts coming out It is clearly shown that many people has been exposed to the virus and have already immunity to it and I don’t think that vaccine will change that much in light of some countries already achieving herd immunity. Places like Sweden and some other countries in Asia are proving to be functioning very well without introducing this whole lockdown measure. 

With time more and more data will be coming out and by this we will understand how it is all functioning and how we can protect our community and families from this invisible enemy. I hope that with time people will understand that best way to protect from it is to stay healthy and just go along with their lifes in a sensible manner. 

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Something On COVID Tips to Stay Healthy

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Nowadays the world is suffering from COVID-19 pandemic. In this critical situation, we have to know some tips which will help us to fight the virus. To keep an active way of living, in a social distance era, we must be proactive and in some situations creative. Even if you don’t suffer from COVID-19 immediately or tested positive, this has certainly had a dramatic impact on your daily routine that can harm the body overall.

There is an unparalleled crisis in human existence due to coronavirus propagation. A continual primary concern and concern has been to remain safe and healthy.

The crisis of COVID-19 has disrupted many people’s schedules and behaviors. While some have to stay home, others would have to work harder to address and limit their consequences. This crisis can, to some extent, endanger the effective management of our health far beyond the risk of Covid-19 contamination. How about this being the ideal way to revisit and improve our lifestyle? We can all prioritize our health, whether we invest our days at work or even in the home.

Here are a few tips to help you cope well throughout the COVID-19 crisis with your health.

  1. Eat Healthily: 
  • Don’t get bored out of a snack. Carefully preserve balanced foods (raw vegetables, fruit, pasta, yogurt, or fat-free, etc.), to relieve appetite.
  • Look at the sizes of your part. If you have a lot of time to eat and risk getting fat, it’s healthy to digest too much.
  • Chew your food well and gradually recreate your food enjoyment. It helps you consume less and keep your weight healthy.
  • When possible, eat together like a family.
  • Put downtime to eat well when you are working for long hours.
  • Explore new recipes that are safe.
  1. Stay Physically Active:
  • Take some time to exercise or practice athletics if you have to work regularly in the crisis. This helps to maintain your health and wellbeing.
  • Add a routine physical exercise to your routine while you are at home.
  • Relink to a sport you haven’t done (walking, jogging, cycling, etc.) for a while.
  • Profit from the exchange of mild weather in the outdoors. This helps to oxidize your body, as well as maintaining you healthy.
  • Pay attention to the purchase of indoor equipment (train, stationary, etc.).
  1. Establish a sleep routine:
  • Give yourself proper sleep whether you are at home or working mostly during crises.
  • You can take naps when you work at home or if you are out of business or feel like it. Take your sleep before 3:00 p.m. and do not exceed 90 minutes so that your sleep does not conflict with the night.
  • Take to bed and also get up each day around the same time.
  • Check the routine of your bedtime.
  • Decrease the use of electronic equipment, caffeine, alcohol, or any other relaxing activity at least 2 months before bedtime.
  • Choose relaxing activities such as lectures, meditation, soft music, swimming, puzzle, etc.
  1. Quit Smoking:
  • If you are restricted to your home, take the chance to leave.
  • To improve your chance of success, use an anti-tobacco aid.
  • To know more, see: I’m leaving
  • Discover out about activities that help you handle your tobacco cravings stronger: walk, knit, read, drink little crosswords, fresh lemonade, and much more.
  • Consult a physician who can assist you in this process.
  • A pharmacist may also recommend replacement therapy for the treatment of tobacco (e.g., gum, lozenges, patch, inhaler, or spray).
  1. Take good care of your mental wellbeing:
  • Learn how to manage stress more effectively.
  • Live now (“in this world and now”). Live now. Don’t talk about the past and in the future don’t plan yourself. Do not sprout and expect.
  • Offer daily friendly deeds (care for others). A kind thought or consideration, a little treat, a nice surprise, a meal prepared with love, etc. The argument that caring for others promotes mental wellbeing has also been scientifically established.
  • Take interest in the news concerning coronavirus, but restrict the duration of exposure. Keep on credible sources of information and become involved in other, more optimistic issues.
  • Electrical equipment restricts their use. Find new insights!
  • Concentrate on creativity and education. Do you like drawing, painting, making crafts, playing, or writing music? Do you want to learn a new language or play a musical tool? Take advantage of this free time to feed your brain.
  1. Clean your hands properly:
  • The correct way to clean your hands is by using clean water, freezing your hands, cleaning under your nails, cleaning under the nails, washing for at least 20 seconds.
  • After using the toilet, having changed slides, interacting with animals, being around the sick person, you must clean your hair before you feed.
  1. Avoid sick people:
  • If you see a friend, a major, another friend, or a colleague that seems to be sick, stay away.
  • Don’t stand too soon if you have to communicate with them.
  • Before and after you spend time with them, wash your hands and especially make them clear whether they’re sneezing or coughing.
  1. Steer Clear of Crowded Areas:
  • The coronavirus is more spread easily to heavy-duty places such as schools, public transport, and offices.
  • Do not spend a lot of time in these areas, if possible.
  • Since you probably can’t avoid them, if you ever don’t feel good, stay home.
  • It is also a great guideline to keep yourself as healthy as possible and the areas around you.
  1. Clean and disinfect everything:   
  • Let’s not grow dirt and grime. You regularly interact with hygienic and clean surfaces to minimize lurking germs and bacteria.
  • The bleach and water solution should be used to sanitize all preparation of food and contact areas.
  • One teaspoon of detergent per liter of water provides a 50-200 ppm sanitizing solution.
  • It is intended for disinfecting food preparation plates, utensils, counters, and tables.
  1. Keep an alcohol-based hand sanitizer:

Cleaning your hands has always been the best way to avoid COVID-19 viruses and other diseases, but manual sanitizers are also beneficial if you cannot go to a sink.

Conclusion:

The above recommendations are to enhance safety and wellbeing overall. Note it doesn’t assure protection from acquiring COVID- 19 even though eating nutritional meals, physical exercise, quality sleep, and taking good care of mental health makes us more resistant. To these recommendations, please first and foremost ensure that CDC guidance is used to provide social distance care, self-handling, self-quarantine, and cloth masks if the social distance is not possible. Visit an emergency room if you have a serious illness.

 

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Preventing germs spread in the household, especially with pets in it

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Germs could be extended by contact with unclean devices or surfaces or by individuals. Concentrate on cleaning spaces in your home where bacteria, including the kitchen and toilet, are more able to grow. To scrub away germs or to destroy them, using just soap and hot water.

Please ensure you thoroughly clean dry surface areas like work surfaces and chopping panels. Humidity helps survive any other seed and multiplies if sufficient water exists. Following use, you should regularly clean germ hotspots rather than deep cleaning them once a week. Cleaning aids like garments or mops have to be free of germs or bacteria spread on other surfaces. Everywhere — even in the healthiest homes, you will find germs. They could be substituted by poorer germs if we get rid of these germs.”

However, infectious viruses can be some germs in your household. If you don’t stay in touch with the outside world for the cold season, you cannot do anything to avoid such germs making their way home. However, you should take measures to avoid the spread of cold and gripe germs around your family.

Tips to prevent the rise of germs in the household:

If someone in your household sniffles, you should take steps to help everybody else stay safe. Below is such tips help you prevent the spread of germs:

  1. Get Vaccinated: The easiest way to avoid and spread flu to your families is every year to be vaccinated. More and more people are vaccinated towards the grip, the less grip the population can spread.
  2. Wash your hands with soap and water: It’s not enough to suggest that washing hands is one of the best ways to prevent the spread of bacteria or viruses. But it’s easier for people to wash than to say, right? Teach kids the right-hand hygiene before becoming ill: at least 20 seconds of laundering time.
  3. Select the best household antiseptic cleaner: Registered EPA disinfectants for a wide range of germs, such as common viruses and bacteria, can register. To be used against the existing coronavirus the EPA has required to register disinfectants. Note that EPA-registered disinfectants from the seventh generation do not currently fall under the program of the EPA emerging Viral Pathogen.
  4. Avoid closer contact:Encourage other children in their rooms to spend a few days when you care for a sick child. Seek to prevent as much interaction with other people as possible if you are the one who is under the weather. (Yes, that means encouraging children to amuse themselves by having them stack up the dishes and microwaving dinner.)
  5. Good hygiene can lead to preventing disease spreading: The Centre for the Control of Diseases (CDC) suggests that 20 seconds after cough, sneeze, nasal blow, or public area you wash your hands. Washing your hands frequently with soap is one of the best protective actions that you and your family can take to maintain their health.

Pets may be the cause of bacteria that can cause diseases, particularly in small children, pregnant women, elderly people as well as those with compromised immune systems, however, the risk can be reduced.

Although animal owning has nutritional, emotional, and social advantages, as per medical and veterinary investigators animals can also spread diseases to people presenting an undervalued risk.

The use of salmonella, MRI, Escherichia coli, and other infections may occur by dogs, cats, rodents, amphibians. The hazard list includes parasites like hookworm, red worm, and toxoplasma.

Below are some suggestion for prevention include:

  • Wear clean water aquariums and cages with protective gloves and wash feces.
  • Clean your hands after pet contact.
  • Facial liquor discourages animals.
  • When not being used, cover playing area sandboxes.
  • Prevent exotic animal touch.
  • Put the cages, feed areas, and bedding frequently into clean and disinfectant. For example, changing cat litter boxes every day and keeping them away from the food preparation and consumption areas. Likewise, in the sinks used to cook fish, do not spill aquarium water.
  • Wait to buy a new animal until the immune status of a sick person improves.
  • In hospital situations, consider restricting domestic animals, such as treatment and animal visitation.
  • Regular performance veterinary visits for all animals, such as parasites control and prevention.

Conclusion: There is no need to be a healthy home entirely without germs. Cold and flu viruses are infected, not from filthy homes – they come from the people.  But use common-sense precautionary measures to maintain germ-free hands and surfaces.

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