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During lockdown we are open to service organisations that are providing Essential Service. For homes we will only be attend to emergencies like Flooded Carpet, etc.
We provide efficiency with a personal touch, helping simplify your life whilst ensuring your home or office stays sparkling clean.

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Gauteng | Johannesburg Area
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Masprojects Cleaning Services (Masproclean) we are a professional cleaning company providing residential, office and commercial cleaning services. We also do property maintenance services like painting and post construction or after builders clean for all types of private and public sector organisations. We deliver high quality and cost-effective services in Johannesburg and outlying areas, includes Johannesburg North, Johannesburg South, East Rand and West Rand, Midrand etc. Our Cleaning service brings the freshness back in your home. We are sprading our services to other areas we now in Limpopo in Polokwane. Our Polokwane contact number 071 946 4396.
 

During COVID 19 Lockdown we are open for essential services | For homes we are open for Emergencies only like flooded Carpet etc. Play your part - - You can help prevent the disease (VIRUS) in your workplace, school or home

Soap and water

Soap and water are your first line of defence to remove the virus from surfaces. Soap interferes with the fats in the virus shell and lift the virus from surfaces and this is then rinsed off by water.

Of course, you also need to wash your hands when you come in from the shops and wash your food as normal.

Bleach

The active ingredient in bleach – sodium hypochlorite – is very effective at killing the virus. Make sure you leave the bleach to work for 10-15 minutes then give the surface a wipe with a clean cloth.

The bleach works by destroying the protein and what's known as the ribonucleic acid (RNA) of the virus – this is the substance that gives the blueprint for making more virus particles when you become infected. Be sure to use the bleach as directed on the bottle.

Surgical spirit

Surgical spirit is mostly made up of the alcohol ethanol. Ethanol has been shown to kill coronaviruses in as little as 30 seconds. Like bleach, the alcohol destroys the protein and RNA that the virus is made up of.

Moisten a cloth with some neat surgical spirit and rub it over a surface. This will evaporate and you will not need to wipe it off.

Surface wipes

The active ingredient in surface wipes is an antiseptic – usually benzalkonium chloride. The wipes work by physically removing germs through the pressure you apply when you use them, and the germs then attach to the wipe.

They also leave a layer of the antiseptic on the surface that works to kill germs. The antiseptic works well on bacteria as well as on coronaviruses that infect mice and dogs – but it seems to make no difference to the spread of human coronavirus.

Antiseptics work by disrupting the fats in pathogen cells, but SARS-CoV-2 does not contain many fats. So far, there is no evidence that antiseptics can kill human coronaviruses.

Hand sanitisers

A word of warning though about hand sanitisers. The main ingredient in hand sanitisers that will kill SARS-CoV-2 is ethanol, the alcohol in surgical spirit. But its concentration in the sanitiser is very important – it has to be over 70 percent or it will not kill the virus effectively.

One thing you can also do is make sure you air out the spaces you are spending time in regularly. An infected person will produce thousands of tiny droplets which contain the virus every time they cough.

SARS-CoV-2 can survive in the air for up to three hours. So by opening the window, you can remove and disperse the droplets and reduce the amount of virus in the air – which will reduce the risk of infection for others.

We are living in uncertain times but it's reassuring to know that we have some weapons we can use to fight COVID-19 in our homes.

The bottom line: keep washing your hands, use 70 percent hand sanitiser, dust off the bleach and open a window to let in the spring air. The Conversation

Lena Ciric, Associate Professor in Environmental Engineering, UCL.

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.

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