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“Cleaner” Design For Your Home

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When thinking of traits that describe your home, “clean” is one you probably strive for. From design to actual cleanliness, we invest a lot of time and money into making sure our homes are healthy environments. Whether you’re looking to take small strides toward a cleaner home or make large renovations, it’s good to have a starting point. We’ve put together what we consider some of the most crucial areas in some of the major rooms of your home for when you’re ready to make the upgrades you need for a cleaner, healthier home.

Bedroom

Your bedroom is probably where you clock the most amount of time in your home, depending on how many hours a day you sleep. Because of that, we’re starting our journey to a cleaner home with the bed. With a lot of layers, from mattress to sheets, there are a lot of places for bacteria to grow. Dust mites are a natural part of skin shedding commonly found in bed and with the average person only washing their bedding every other week that can cause some serious build up. Spring Global offers bedding infused with Microban® to fight stain and odor-causing bacteria so you can sleep worry-free.

Kitchen

The kitchen is a place that sees a lot of germs. Your kitchen harbors more bacteria than any other room in your home, and since it’s the room that you prepare food in, it’s important to protect it. Your sink is a place you spend a lot of time cleaning so it only makes sense that you make sure your sink is clean: add-ons like water purifiers are a great step in staying clean, but they’re also prone to hold water—that can lead to bacteria, so it’s important to regularly clean it. Your faucet is one of the dirtiest places in your home; Moen offers a faucet with built-in Microban® protection that keeps fighting microbes between cleanings, keeping things cleaner, longer—even when you’re off duty.

Bathroom

We all know the kind of germs and grime that can be found in the bathroom. Just imagining the bacteria your toilet is housing is enough to cause concern. The toilet’s ability to hold water and other unmentionable things make it a pretty disgusting place in your household. The good news is that removing your toilet seat and soaking it in bleach is a pretty noninvasive process. On top of that, getting a toilet seat with Microban® antimicrobial protection built-in ensures that you’re taking every possible step toward a bacteria-free home.

Living Room

Created for gathering and hosting, the living room is one of the first places your guests see when visiting. The ruler of the living room is the holder of the remote—but also the holder of one of the germiest items in your home. AmerTac teamed up with Microban® to offer a remote with antimicrobial protection built into it for the life of the product. It’s continuously working to fight the stain-causing bacteria you can’t see—even when you can’t find the remote.

Being smarter about the home products you invest in not only ensures that they last longer, but that you have a cleaner, healthier home. For more tips on cleaner home solutions explore

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