Keeping your family safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic is a full-time job. Of course, there's a good chance you have an actual full-time job as well – which is why efficient, economic cleaning hacks can be a game-changer. If you're short on time, cleaning hacks like a set cleaning schedule or a convenient misting system can go a long way. Scroll down to find out more about some of our favorite economic cleaning hacks during the pandemic.
Use a Disinfectant & Deodorizing Mist
Here’s the unfortunate truth: No matter how thoroughly you scrub your home, there’s a good chance that a few surfaces will go untouched. This is where a convenient germ-killing mist can come in handy. The one-of-a-kind SafeSpace Disinfectant & Deodorizing Mist is twice as effective as household spray disinfectants due to increased product coverage. Plus, unlike most other household disinfectants, the D&D Mist doesn’t require any wiping. This allows for total product saturation, eliminating germs in your home’s hard-to-reach nooks and crannies. Keep in mind that our D&D Mist is not a replacement for cleaning; rather, it should be a supplement to your normal cleaning routine, giving you peace of mind that your home is cleaner than ever.
Keeping your home clean is a time-consuming endeavor. And if you're spending most of your time at home like many Americans, it can feel like the chores are never done. Economic cleaning hacks like wiping down surfaces, maintaining a cleaning schedule, and using a germ-killing mist can all help save you time. These hacks can also help you keep your home safe and germ-free for every member of the family – pandemic or no pandemic.
SafeSpace Disinfectant & Deodorizing Mist is the first and only aerosol specifically designed as an inexpensive, easy-to-use alternative to numerous cleaning products as well as light-duty, electric, fogging machines.
Along with our new Disinfectant & Deodorizing Mist, SafeSpace also offers Auto Disinfectant, Hand Sanitizer, Germ Fighter Kits and Travel Kits to help protect your family during the COVID-19 pandemic.