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Fight germs and bacteria: hygiene in the home

Hygiene - also in the bedroom (room)

We spend about a third of our lives in bed, at best asleep. No wonder it should be clean and hygienic in the bedroom. In order to keep the transmission of viruses to a minimum, we recommend:

  • Wash bed linen every 10 to 14 days at at least 60 degrees.
  • Clean the pillow and duvet three to four times a year according to the care instructions.
  • Keep the temperature in the bedroom below 20 degrees.
  • Ventilate the bedroom well every morning.

Hygienic living spaces

Wherever there is planing, there are shavings and wherever people live, it gets dusty. Living rooms like “the parlor” should be vacuumed regularly, especially the sofa and especially the cracks between the individual cushions. Clean leather and synthetic leather sofas regularly with a damp - not wet - cloth. The curtains should be washed at least twice a year so that you can also manage pollen and fine dust. Dust also collects on shelves and should be removed regularly. Because dust and fine dust consist of pollen, mites, bacteria and mold spores, among other things.

Hygiene in the nursery is particularly important

Hygiene plays a very special role in the children's room. Because the immune system of babies and toddlers has yet to develop, so the little ones are even more susceptible to infectious diseases. Although they train the immune system by coming into contact with bacteria, the children's room should not become germ cells. Therefore, the floor and carpet should be vacuumed several times a week. In addition, it does not hurt to treat carpets regularly with the steam cleaner. You should also clean toys regularly and wash cuddly toys at least every four weeks. The same cleanliness rules apply to the bed as in the parents' bedroom. Make sure there is good ventilation in the children's room too.