Pet Cleaning | COVID-19 has affected lifestyles and economies around the world, and we’re living in the dark for the whole of 2020. Not only people’s life, work, and mood change, but also the pets are suffering. Last year, there were reports of cats and dogs infected with COVID-19, and everyone was worried about it. Recently, we learned that many families did not pay attention to the use of detergent led to poisoning in pets. Let’s discuss how we can disinfect regularly while also protect our pets.
Pet Cleaning-The Detergents
Since the COVID-19 outbreak, people have intensively disinfected their homes. It is common practice for the general public to use 1:99 diluted bleach or common household cleaners for disinfection and household cleaning. However, these common cleaners contain substances harmful to the body of dogs and cats. Most cleaners contain bleach, ammonia, glycol ether, or formaldehyde, which can cause cancer, anemia, or liver and kidney damage to pets, according to SPCA Hong Kong. What’s more, cats usually lack a kind of UGT, which is responsible for liver detoxification, making it difficult or even impossible to effectively dissolve toxic chemicals in household disinfectants. It’s not easy to do your job when taking care of your pets.
Pet Cleaning-The Increase in Risk
In the past, there have been cases of dogs and cats being poisoned because householders failed to clean up thoroughly. Certain poisonous substances may have residue in floors, furniture, and even toys that pets often touch. When a cat or dog laps up harmful substances, there is a chance that in the long run, they can be harmful and even fatal. Common cleaners contain phenol and phenol complex, so pets will quickly absorb them into the body through the skin, breathing, and eating.
If the pet takes the disinfectant by accident or inhales it, it will have a different reaction due to different concentrations. For example, causing different degrees of skin burns. There is also a chance of wheezing, vomiting, arrhythmia, the outflow of saliva, and other symptoms. The owner should take the dog to the vet immediately.
Pet Cleaning-Make the Right Choice
If you have a pet, choose your cleaning methods carefully to avoid tragedy. For example, the Hong Kong Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) suggests that you can use diluted vinegar to add water, edible comb, or an environmental cleaner made of vinegar to disinfect your home. It is safer and more practical and simple cleaning rules for pets. There are also many cleaning products specially designed for families with pets. You can ask the staff and find out what you need.
Of course, there are other ways to protect pets while cleaning your house during COVID-19. For example, the latest mist germicidal treatment aims at ensuring the safety of people and animals in both procedures. The detergent used may be one of the most powerful cleaning and disinfection products available on the market. In the process, household owners and pets will be arranged to leave the cleaning unit first, and household owners will be returned first to ensure that the human impact of the cleaning agent is reduced to an acceptable level. In just one afternoon, you can go back to your brand new home. Secondly, in the use of cleaning agents, not only to ensure that there is a high bactericidal force but also to avoid physical damage caused to pets. The features of detergents used in the mist germicidal treatment include:
1) Kill coronavirus quickly-> in one minute
2) Effective long-term inhibition of bacterial reproduction -> for one year
3) Effective against a variety of common viruses -> coronavirus, H1N1 influenza virus, human enterovirus, etc
4) Obtain the CDC oral non-toxic test report -> harmless to the human body
5) Singapore green energy agency environmental protection product certification -> harmless to the environment
In 2021, our company launches disinfection and cleaning programs for various places, including evaluation, disinfection services, and even certificates to the customers after completion.