Three items you should sanitise in your home during lockdown

Three items you should sanitise in your home during lockdown

No surface should go unchecked! Now that we’re spending more time at home, there’s a few things that should be sanitised.

Sanitise your home during lockdown

While South Africans have been sanitising their hands, other items and elements in the house also need to be kept clean.

The entire Breakfast team is broadcasting from their homes during the national lockdown to flatten the curve of the coronavirus in South Africa. 

However, doorknobs, handles, floors, and kitchen counters are high on the list of things you touch which should be cleaned.

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But what else should you be sanitising?


After religiously washing your hands, you touch your phone and laptop to catch up on Netflix, right?

According to Apple, it’s safe to use a 70 percent isopropyl alcohol wipe to wipe the exterior surfaces of your iPhone gently.


Sanitise your keys! Especially if you’re an essential worker or pick up essential goods. 


Technology is amazing and we’ve found many ways of paying without using cash, but in the event of having to use your card, it’s wise to disinfect it. 

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