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Coronavirus is teaching us to touch less: 7 ways to keep your hands off your home

por Johnson Selwyn (2020-07-05)


Use smart speakers and displays
To further cut down the number of times you touch objects at home, including your phone, use a smart speaker. That could be a Google Home device, Amazon Echo speaker, or Apple HomePod with Siri on board. Regardless of which path you choose, these products let you do lots of useful things through verbal commands. That includes look up information, play music and radio stations, plus control compatible hardware like smart lights and shades.

Each of her cleaning bottles and sprays are placed neatly under the sink in plastic tubs from Howards Storage World and all towels, tea towels, blankets and duvets are folded to aesthetic perfection in the linen cabinet.

The three-bedroom 1969 property sits around 20 miles east of down Pittsburgh in Holiday Park, and looks to be a normal home - from the outside at least, with its red brick wall exterior and yellow shutters.

Robot vacuums and mops
Keeping your floors, carpets and rugs spick-and-span is a challenge. Experts recommend that you vacuum your carpets and wood flooring regularly. And only wet-mopping of hardwood floors will remove sticky grease and grime.

Comments flooded the post on Facebook, praising her 'satisfying' packing and stacking methods, but some were confused about the need for separating items like deodorant and shaving cream into individual plastic tubs.

Consider a germ zapper
Nothing can substitute a good scrubbing with disinfectant soap and water. That said, why not give your hands a break once in a while? The Tool Klean Anti-Microbial UVC Light Stik is a wand that pumps out ultraviolet light designed to destroy germs. Specifically, the light the Stik emits is UV-C shortwave ultraviolet. This effectively kills microbes (bacteria, fungus, viruses) by disrupting their DNA at the molecular level.

iRobot's latest model, the Roomba S9 Plus, is particularly compelling. It does an excellent job of ridding bare floors and carpeting of both solid debris and pet hair. Better still, if you buy it with its CleanBase accessory, the robot empties its tray by itself, the contents of which end up in a handy pouch that can hold 30 bins full of dirt.  

Comments flooded the post on Facebook, praising her packing and stacking methods, but some were a little confused about the individual plastic tubs (pictured) used for items like shaving cream and deodorant 

For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website.
The coronavirus has shifted how we live, teaching us social distancing and fervent hand-washing. So the cleaner you can keep your home, and the fewer objects people touch inside it, the better. That sounds like a tall order, but with the right tools it's easier than you think. Here's how to tap the power of technology to do your dirty work, and help you keep your hands to yourself.

Beauty products - including Nair hair removal strips, bandaids, cotton buds, razors, pads, tampons and bobby pins - are stacked inside plastic shelving drawers and her pantry staples are kept in storage containers with wooden lids.

On my list are intelligent light bulbs and light switches that operate themselves. You'll also find robotic vacuums and mops that sweep and wipe floors all on their own. And instead of constantly scrubbing down countertops and tables by hand, save a little elbow grease -- blast them daily with a UV disinfecting wand instead.

"The $5,350 level is key and remains quite a challenge for LME copper at this stage," Hansen said. "Until we get some more solid news about growth, then the upside seems to be driven more by hope than by reality."

The three-bedroom 1969 property sits around 20 miles east of down Pittsburgh in Holiday Park, and looks to be a normal home - from the outside at least, with its red brick wall exterior and yellow shutters.

Moving on from the living room, the new owner will time travel away to the 25th century starship. On their journey they will be greeted by a 'talking' space alien and a floor to ceiling outerspace wall mural. 

Even her cutlery and utilities drawers are laid out in such a way that you wouldn't be able to complain about not finding something - as everything is clearly visible and there is 'no jumbling' of products.

Using three ring binders make so much sense for your paper storage. You can set up a system where you have the binders in the color to match your paper. Use the page protectors to hold the paper. You can easily add divider pages for the different hues of the same color. It would be very neat in your craft space to see these lined up on a shelf.

'He's so flirty', Amanda joked. 'He's definitely got a twinkle in his eye. I offered to make a brew for him when this is all over, he was 99 when he released his first single, I'm 49 so technically I'm an old lady as well.'

Via live link from her studio, the media personality told presenters Piers Morgan: 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow was an obvious song choice, every house has this drawing on the window of rainbows... it's a message of hope!'

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