Are you ready for Spring lice cleaning prevention tips? With many people home or working remotely during the social distancing requirements in our country; it is important to take the time to clean your home as well as your head.
Spring Lice Cleaning Steps
When it comes to cleaning your home; this is something you should automatically do. Whether or not, someone has had lice or not; it is important to take proper steps.
So, let’s start with your home. In the first place, there are a few things you should do if someone in your home has had lice.
- Indeed, make sure the clothing you’re wearing is clean. Especially, make sure the clothes you wear to sleep in are clean including all bedding.
- Meanwhile, if you haven’t thoroughly cleaned your bedding; you may want to sleep in another room.
- Next, clean all sheets, blankets, bedspreads and put them in the dryer for at least 45 to 60 minutes.
- Another trick is to make sure you use a hand vacuum or vacuum hose to lightly clean all pieces of furniture, including your mattress.
- Also, you can use a lint roller to get in those crevices you cannot reach by a vacuum cleaner.
- If you have young children’s toys or stuffed animals; wash these animals thoroughly and put them in the dryer on high heat for 30 to 45 minutes.
To read more on additional steps you should take; be sure to visit my House Cleaning Lice Tips post.
Finally, it is important that you don’t use any sprays with pesticides for cleaning your home for anyone who has encountered head lice.
Since head lice is common for young kids; it can also impact people of any age. The key is to be one step ahead and have NitFlix as part of you and your family’s everyday routine.
In summary, follow my steps for cleaning your home above and your head – it’s that simple.
Keep calm and get NitFlix for part of your Spring Lice cleaning prevention.