Mrs Hinch, aka Sophie Hinchliffe, is THE cleaning guru to follow on Instagram, so therefore it is little wonder that she has provided us all with a great hack on how to protect bacteria from coming into our house during the coronavirus pandemic.
Speaking to her 3.2 million followers, the social media star shared that she has installed a hand sanitiser station by the front door of her house which is mandatory for everyone that enters to use.
She wrote on the image of that station that she shared on her Instagram Stories: "I have [had] hand sanitiser on this shelf as you walk in the front door for the last week or so! Everyone has to use it when they enter and exit our house for now.”
She then continued: ”I recommend you do it too guys! Why not! Doesn't look pretty but who cares!"
The star then showcased a picture of the entryway to her immaculate house that featured a shelf that her showed a scent diffuser, a white rose, a house ornament and, of course, the bottle of hand sanitiser.
Study finds spring cleaning can help to tackle anxiety – here is how to start
Stacey Solomon raves about washing her sons' clothes with 'really cheap' soap nuts to reduce eczema
Although the hand sanitiser is not as aesthetically pleasing as the rest of Mrs Hinch’s stunning home, she has made it clear that interior decor is not a top priority during the pandemic.
Taking inspiration from the cleanfluencer would be wise considering that the total number of cases of the virus has soared in the UK to 1,543 and the death toll to 55. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has since advised that people should avoid all non-essential social contact.
Speaking about those that are of higher risk of infection, ie. pregnant people and the over 70s, he said: “If necessary, you should ask for help from others for your daily necessities.
"If that is not possible, you should do what you can to limit your social contact when you leave the house to get supplies.
"Now is the time for everyone to stop non-essential contact with others and stop all non-essential travel. We need people to start working from home where they possibly can. You should avoid pubs, clubs, theatres and other such social venues."
Source: Read Full Article