Healthy Personal Care
We understand the importance of a healthy environment, but most importantly we understand the importance of a healthy environment where you LIVE & WORK! It’s why Chanti’s has determined that every cleaning visit will be detailed cleaned and sanitized. Every corner will be touched and especially where the germs are most likely to grow and spread around through hand contact. Please read a little of what Chanti’s has come up with as far as some of the germiest places in your home and that you may not have the time to thoroughly clean these areas. That’s where our professional crew comes in to thoroughly clean your home once a week or what ever your budget might be, we can help!
The Kitchen Sink
“Kitchen sinks are dirtier than most bathrooms,” says Kelly Reynolds, PhD, an environmental microbiologist at the University of Arizona. Based on studies mentioned in Health Magazine – Nov. 2007 issue, half of the top 10 germiest spots in the home were in the kitchen, including the rags and sponges you use to clean. You may clean everyday, but you may never know how clean it really is. It is recommended to use antibacterial products after preparing meals and at least twice a week.
Our routine: Clean & Sanitize Sink, faucets, countertop, backsplash, cooktops, and small appliances. (Ask for details on your in-home free estimate)
The one area that we use to get clean is in fact very dirty. In recent study, Elizabeth Scott, PhD, found staphylococcus bacteria, a common cause of serious skin infections, in 26 percent of the tubs she tested, as compared with just 6 percent of garbage cans. “It makes sense when you think about it,” she says. “You’re washing germs and viruses off your body and the tub is a fairly moist environment, so bacteria can grow.” According to Health Magazine and Dr. Scott, apply a disinfecting cleaner to the tub one a week. “You need to actually scrub, then you need to wash the germs down the drain with water and dry the tub with a clean towel. If you leave the tub wet, germs are more likely to survive,” Scott says. Specially were there is soap scum!
Our routine: Clean & Sanitize – Sinks, faucets, countertops, bathtub, shower & walls, jacuzzis, floors. (Ask for details on your in-home free estimate)
Nobody wants to do this one, but there’s no way around it. It you read above about what happens in your kitchen sink and bathtub, just image what’s going on in and around your toilets.
Our routine: Clean & Sanitize – Toilets inside and out, tank, floor around toilet. (Ask for details on your in-home free estimate)
other items that are sanitized in every visit: (but not limited to)
- Light Switches