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Keeping your place as tidy as possible is important. This is even more imposed and noticeable in times like these where a pandemic is affecting the world. It is necessary for anybody to keep things as impeccable and disinfected as possible. Contracting pathogens like the Coronavirus is as simple as touching an infected surface. A cleaner and more sanitised area can make everybody safer. This can increase personal protection from any threats to their life.

The Coronavirus can survive for longer periods of time on surfaces. They spread farther from person to person via droplets. You can acquire the virus via physical contact. Your hands are the most accessible part of contact and use to physical objects and spaces. This is where keeping a tidy place and hygienic body comes in. If you want to be safe against the ongoing virus, keep yourself and clean and sanitised. Do the same to your home. 

The term “cleaning” and “sanitising” are two terms you might often use interchangeably. They go hand in hand in aspects of cleanliness and tidiness. Moreover, they seem like they mean the same thing. They differ just a bit more than you expect. Nevertheless, you need a reliable expert in keeping your place in clean condition and pristine sanitation.


According to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary, to clean means “to rid of dirt, impurities, or extraneous matter.” In other words, cleaning means to make things clear of anything dirty. It can include eradicating matters that can make places messy. When you clean your kitchen table, you wipe out any crumbs and nibs of food that fell on the surface. You take away the utensils and the ware present on the table. You make it clear again.  

Cleaning your homes also includes making it as organised as possible. These are some of the ways you can clean around your house:

  • Sweeping around the floor around
  • Collecting dust by using a vacuum cleaner
  • Arranging things inside
  • Wiping down surfaces inside and out
  • Disposing of things and waste regularly to keep unwanted pests and vermin around


Sanitising is a bit different from cleaning. It incorporates the same action of cleaning which is getting rid of impurities on a surface. You can think of sanitising as some sort of deep cleaning. Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary defines sanitising as this: “to make sanitary.” One way of sanitising is by using disinfectant products. The goal is to make objects, surfaces and areas as free from pathogens as possible. 

Sanitising your place means keeping it as virus-free in any way. The target of sanitising is killing off microorganisms that can affect your health. These are some of the ways to sanitise your home:

  • Using disinfectants like sanitising solutions for wiping down surfaces
  • Using rubbing alcohol or hand soaps to wash one’s hands
  • Using disposable gloves and mask when sanitising the surface
  • Mixing household products and substances like that can kill pathogens. Some of these household products are vinegar, citrus fruit slices, etc. 
  • Taking a bath and using proper products for better hygiene


Keeping yourself and your home clean and sanitary is essential in preventing the spread of the Coronavirus. Keeping things clean and adding the effort of making things more sanitised is one of the important ways to keep viruses under control. Keep yourself and your homes sanitised and clean every moment you can. 

Evolve Cleaning is one of the most reliable cleaning partners for you. In times like these, keeping your place as pathogen-free as possible is crucial for your health. We are here for you. We are Sydney’s most trusted commercial cleaning company. We only use safe products and tools in doing our cleaning services. We are available around Sydney.

For domestic cleaning services, please call us on 02 8313 7035 or send us an email here.

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Jennifer Price

Jennifer Price

Jennifer Price is the Client Happiness Manager at Evolve Cleaning. She dedicates herself to managing healthy business relationships while prioritising her client's commercial cleaning interests are met with each and every clean. Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, she lives and breathes cleanliness, hygiene, sustainability and has a huge love for dogs.