California health officials say they have a new tool in their arsenal: a new cleaning kit for the home.
The state says it’s the first to offer a simple, inexpensive way to clean your home without having to hire a professional.
“The kit will be a staple of the state’s health care system for many years to come,” said Dr. Daniele Cucchiaro, director of the Office of Public Health.
Cucchiara said it’s also important to be careful not to overdo it.
“You can’t just sweep everything in,” he said.
“That would be irresponsible.”
The kits come with three cleaning products, which include soap, bleach, and an industrial cleaner.
It’s a relatively simple solution that you can buy online for under $10.
The California Department of Public health and health care says there are also other options available.
It offers a simple home cleaning kit, which includes a vacuum cleaner, a brush, and a spray bottle.
But it does not have the disinfectant needed to clean.
California says the kits are inexpensive and are easy to make.
“It’s not a complicated procedure to get started,” said Mike Hagen, the director of health and human services for the California Department, which oversees the program.
Hagen says the state is working to make sure the kits can be purchased online for a fraction of what it costs to buy one at a home health care facility.
“I want people to know that it’s safe,” he told reporters.
“This is not a hazardous product, it’s not for use on the public.
This is a common cleaning solution.”
Agency officials say that’s because the kits don’t contain the disinfectants needed to disinfect household surfaces.
They also say they’re also keeping the disinfection level low because the chemicals aren’t readily available to people who can’t afford a professional cleaning service.
California also offers a cleaning kit that has all of the basic cleaning and disinfection ingredients, plus a chemical treatment kit that is also easy to find and inexpensive.
The kit comes with the same chemicals, but it is packaged in a box and can be picked up online for about $15.
The state has a waiting list for the new kits.
Anyone who has a clean home can apply for one, which costs about $100.