How to Keep Your Floors Free from Germs and Bacteria

How to Keep Your Floors Free from Germs and Bacteria

One of the first things to note is there is a big difference between simply cleaning and disinfecting your home. Cleaning helps to remove germs but does not kill them, though this does lower the risk of spreading infection as it reduces the number of germs. Disinfecting uses chemicals to kill germs on surfaces. This does not necessarily clean dirt or remove these germs, so it is always best to clean first and then disinfect to lower the risk of spread. However, disinfecting requires specific products to complete effectively and these supplies might be hard to come by if you don’t already have them on hand. The good news is, if no one in your home is sick, it is only necessary to clean (without disinfecting) to reduce the spread and keep everyone safe and healthy.

Fortunately, when it comes to flooring, fully disinfecting is rarely necessary in any case.  Studies have shown that disinfecting floors has minimal impact beyond regular cleaning. We’ve included some disinfecting tips below anyway, but for the most part, you don’t have to change your cleaning methods, though you may want to clean a little more frequently than usual. And to ease you of the stress and time required for frequent floor cleaning, Everybot Three Spin Robot Mop is all you need.

Enjoy Hands-Free Cleaning

Make the most of your day and enjoy hands-free, cordless cleaning with this mopping robot. You can enjoy a sparkling clean floor with minimal effort thanks to the rotating mop pads, intelligent sensors, and automatic water dispensing system.

Ultimate Time Saver

Three Spin Robot Mop quietly cleans your home on its own so you can focus on more critical tasks.

Meticulous Coverage

With three heavy-duty mop pads and a unique triangular shape, the smart robot mop can clean edges and corners thoroughly, getting into the hardest to reach areas, so you don’t have to.

Ideal For Hard Floors

Three Spin Robot Mop is suitable for use on all hard floors including laminate, marble, tile, coated woods, and linoleum flooring. Quick and easy to use, one touch will immediately start the moping function. You can visit our website at for more details about these cost-efficient and durable Everybot robot mops.

Disinfecting Hard Flooring– Hardwood, Laminate & Vinyl Flooring (How to Keep Your Floors Free From Bacteria)

Again, it’s important to clean hard surfaces prior to disinfecting. If you’re using a disinfecting product, be sure to carefully review the manufacturer’s instructions prior to use to know how long your disinfectant needs to be in contact with the floor surface to kill germs. Whenever you’re disinfecting, make sure to wear disposable gloves if you have them handy to protect your skin from the chemicals. If you only have reusable gloves, be sure to dedicate these gloves specifically for cleaning and disinfecting.

Wash and clean your hands thoroughly as soon as you remove these gloves. Disinfecting hardwood floors is a little trickier—remember that keeping water and moisture away is key to ensure your floors last so you don’t want to use the vinegar solution here.


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