Cleaning high-traffic surfaces around your home is just one preventive measure recommended in helping prevent the spread of the coronavirus, thus we want to remind people the most effective cleaning tools for this important practice. In the past, The Bark has recommended using a mixture of vinegar and water for common household cleaning tasks—but this dog-friendly approach is NOT powerful enough to disinfect against the coronavirus. Instead, experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Environmental Protection Agency offer the following recommendations for disinfecting against this virus.  Also remember to be mindful of the safety of your pets in selecting your cleaning products, many can be toxic.

“Regular cleaning with normal cleaning supplies does a great job of removing all kinds of germs, not just coronavirus, from surfaces,” said Catherine Roberts,…

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