7 Most Overlooked Virus Hotspots In Your Car

Updated: Jul 10, 2020

CDC Guidelines For Vehicles

While testing and government action will be crucial to combat this crisis, there is also a lot that we can all do to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community. It is important that we take this illness seriously, and that we take action in our homes and businesses. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides specific guidelines on its website for how to disinfect every inch of your car.

While everyone is encouraged to stay home right now, some of us still have to be out and about, whether you’re an essential worker who is commuting to work or someone going to the grocery store or a doctor’s appointment (both of which have been deemed essential errands).

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How To Disinfect Your Car At Home?

You should disinfect “High-Touch Surfaces” daily with a cloth rubbing the areas with any Hand Sanitizer if you use the car almost every day.

👉 Areas needed to be Disinfected includes the following -

  1. Steering Wheel

  2. Ventilation Grilles

  3. Door Handles

  4. Gearshift,

  5. Rearview Mirror

  6. Car Seat, and Seatbelt

  7. Knobs and the Instrument Cluster

Sanitising the High Contact Surface is the best thing you can do to keep the car disinfected but with time the air inside the car will get highly contaminated for which you should contact Professionals who will sanitise your car with Industrial-Grade Car Sanitizing Equipments.

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How Do We Sanitize Your Car and Why it is The Best Way To Disinfect?

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We apply an appropriate disinfectant—like one of the products approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), an alcohol solution that contains at least 70 per cent alcohol. We don’t use ammonia, undiluted bleach, or hydrogen peroxide cleaners. That is a cheaper solution but can damage your interior or worse, trap you in an enclosed space with noxious fumes.

👉 Areas of the Car Disinfected with AutoRLD's Process

  1. AC Vents

  2. Fabrics like the Upholstery and the Carpet

  3. Corners of the Seats, Leg Room and Boot

  4. Cup Holders, Bottle Holders etc

The Vaporized Sanitizer gets to each and every inch inside of the car and kills 99.9% of Germs and Bacteria.

This process disinfects your car for at least 2 weeks (depends on the car usage) in a couple of minutes only.

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