Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic struck the world into, undoubtedly, a whirlpool of events. We are now facing and, hopefully, adjusting to the limits it set up. Starting with the economy, it caused a downfall in almost all countries and to the transportation, it came to a halt. People were quarantined and were forced to stay at home due to the fear of spreading the virus further.
When everything had transpired in just a few months, most people were having a difficult time coping with the absence of vehicles to take workers to their respective businesses. So, that’s why, transportation services are in demand, such as ourselves— Naperville Limousine Services. We provide limo services of high quality so you can be rest assured you will be taken to your destination in style. Luxury rides like these are quite popular when it comes to celebrating a once-in-a-lifetime event or for escort in airports or business travels.
To which, during this pandemic, we need to be careful in providing limo services without risking our customer’s health and safety. Of course, our chauffeurs too. Disinfection is a must and what better time to do it except right now during quarantine?
To start, have the basics, which are water, ordinary soap and a scrub. These are literally all you need. Why? Because unlike other chemicals that can harm the interior and upholstery, soap is really great for cleaning a car spotless without the necessary staining. For the exterior though, you might want to use
70% isopropyl alcohol.
Here are the main parts you will be needing to clean:
●Car doorknobs— Since most people enter using that, and their hands may carry all kinds of nasty viruses.
●Car windows— when you are cleaning the windows, make sure that the chemicals you are using will not harm the tinted stain on it.
●The seat—when cleaning the seats, it is much better if you only use water and soap. Just make sure to scrub and leave it fresh to dry.
●Accessories—This is to make sure that everything, no matter how small they are, are cleaned.
●Ventilation Systems—This is also important since ventilation systems are those that filter out most of the air that we breathe.