Keep your home hygienically clean

Find out out to keep your home clean and germ-free with Domestos

Spotless surfaces and gleaming floors may have you believing your home is as clean as it can be, but that’s not always the case. Just because it looks clean, it doesn’t mean it’s germ-free. Read on for tips on how you can tackle the ‘hygiene hotspot’ trouble zones.

1 Frequently touched surfaces like taps and toilet flush handles can be a breeding ground for germs. Keep them clean by wiping regularly with Domestos Bleach Cleaning Spray.

2 Pouring Domestos Thick Bleach down the plugholes and overflows in your kitchen and bathroom will help to prevent blockages and keep them smelling fresh.

3 Smelly bins can be a problem — especially in the summer. Sterilise kitchen bins once a week, before you change the bin liner, with a dilute solution of Domestos Bleach — and don’t forget to tackle your outside bins too!

4 Keep bathroom and kitchen tiles and grout looking clean and fresh with regular use of Domestos Bleach Cleaning Spray.

5 Help prevent the spread of bacteria in your kitchen by regularly sterilising cloths and sponges with a dilute solution of Domestos Thick Bleach.

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