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Clean Appliances are Important

Cleaning your home is a must, especially this time of year during cold and flu season. But are you really cleaning some of the most important areas that can spread germs throughout your home? Don’t just clean the surface of your counters. 

Pay attention to your home appliances too!


The kitchen is one of the most important areas in your home to have the best sanitation. Make sure to disinfect door handles on the refrigerator, microwave, and oven. Also pay attention to drawer handles, microwave buttons, and oven/stove ignition switches.


In the bathroom, be sure to disinfect toilet handles, sink handles, and shower handles. Also consider dusting off light fixtures to minimize the amount of dust that you and your family are breathing in.

Living Room and Bedroom

Wipe down TV remotes with disinfecting wipes to kill germs and stop their spread. If you keep fans on to help the flow of warm air throughout your home, make sure to clean away dust from your fans. Clean fans will minimize the spread of dust falling into the air and help you and your family breathe better.

Whole House

While all of these other appliances are extremely important for your home, a clean furnace and air duct is of the utmost importance. A clean furnace and air duct will not only improve the heat within your home, but it will also improve air quality. Clean air ducts will help eliminate the spread of dust and germs, helping your family breathe happy and stay healthy.

Ready for a happy and healthy home? Schedule an appointment with Mr. Duct to have your furnace and air ducts cleaned and stay healthy.

Posted January 4, 2017 at 12:00 AM


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