“The kitchen sink is often the dirtiest place in any kitchen, so it’s always worth giving it a clean with anti-bacterial spray at the beginning, middle and end of the day,” said Fantastic Services.
“Also, even if the utensils look sparkling clean, we would also encourage everyone to put them in a dishwasher or give them a thorough clean when you arrive for your own peace of mind.”
Regularly cleaning touchpoints, such as light switches and knobs, may also be a good idea.
“[These] are one of the easiest ways for the virus to spread if we touch our face and then use a door handle or TV remote,” said the domestic service company.
“The virus can survive on surfaces for a number of hours.