How to protect your home from Covid-19 and other Pathogens

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The products that you use in your house can keep your home safe from Covid- 19 - Corona-virus and other pathogens. We've also included a list of cleaning supplies approved by the CDC and cross referenced them with some common counter-top manufacturers. Keep in mind that some cleaners can damage your home so we've done the research and recommended the ones that clean, disinfect and don't damage your expensive surfaces. Matt Hoots gives tips on designs for your home that can help keep your family safe by reducing the spread of pathogens in your home, protecting the surfaces in your home and how to save on toilet paper in a crisis. Matt interviewed some of the manufacturers that SawHorse uses to get relevant facts from them on the performance of your house to help you get through this crisis and plan for the next one. This is not all inclusive and we would love to get your feedback in the comments section on other considerations for designs for your home that keep your family safe and protect your home. Useful Links: CDC List of Cleaners: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-... Neolith Care and Maintenance: http://neolith.co.za/care-maintenance/ Cambria Care and Maintenance https://p.widencdn.net/hhygrd/Approve... NOTE: Just because the cleaner is approved by the CDC It Does NOT mean it is safe to use on ALL surfaces.

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