Household sprays are often an essential part of our cleaning routines. …read moreSee less
They can be used to clean a range of surfaces, with many being effective at killing 99.9% of bacteria and viruses (including coronaviruses). So, keep your cleaning cupboard stocked with our range of cleaning sprays from top brands such as Dettol and Clinell.
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Can a cleaning spray kill the coronavirus?
Many household sprays are effective at killing 99.9% of bacteria and viruses, including coronaviruses.
If you’re looking for a household spray that’s been proven to kill the coronavirus, why not try Clinell spray?
It has been proven to be effective against the coronavirus in just 30 seconds of contact, so you can keep your home clean and safe.
Do you need different cleaning sprays for each room in the house?
You can, but you don’t have to - choosing generic, all-purpose cleaning sprays that are suitable for the whole house will be a cheaper option.
An all-purpose cleaning spray can clean the surfaces in your kitchen and bathroom, whereas glass cleaners leave a streak-free finish on glass and mirrored surfaces, like your windows, shower or living room tables.
Can you use cleaning sprays if you’re pregnant?
It’s safe to use cleaning products during pregnancy, as long as precautions are taken.
Ensure that the room you’re cleaning has plenty of fresh air by opening a window or door to reduce the number of chemicals you breathe in.
You can also wear protective gloves so there aren’t any chemicals absorbing into your skin.
You should take care when using some cleaning products like sprays and aerosols that release a fine mist that you can easily breathe in, and when cleaning the oven as these cleaning products can be very strong.
Try and look for natural alternatives that are free of harsh and toxic ingredients.
What are the active ingredients in household cleaning products?
There are three main ingredients in your household cleaning products - surfactants, fragrances, and preservatives.
Surfactants are cleaning and foaming agents, which have the ability to remove dirt and bacteria from clothes, skin, and dishes.
Fragrances are added to make the cleaning product smell more appealing and to give your home a fresh, clean smell.
You use your cleaning products to get rid of bacteria and dirt - that’s why the cleaning product itself needs to contain preservatives to avoid becoming infected with bacteria and yeast.