Have a cleaning product on hand every morning, microfiber or paper towels and gloves. With these elements, clean all hard surfaces, such as the handles, interior of the doors (not recommended if they have a fabric covering), steering wheel, armrests, buttons and automotive controls.
Make sure you DO NOT use products that contain bleach or ammonia within their components. When the vehicle is closed, these elements can be highly harmful to the driver and the passengers who are joining him.
To learn more about the appropriate products for cleaning these areas, check the list of recommendations of the Control Center for Disease Prevention (CDC) by clicking HERE.
When you arrive back at home you’ll need to clean all the surfaces of the car again, both outside and inside. Open all windows and doors to ventilate the interiors. Use cleaning products with chlorine or 70% alcohol to carefully clean surfaces.
If the vehicle seats are made of fabric, it is recommended to use an atomizer with a product that contains alcohol instead of chlorine for disinfection. You can also use some fabric soap or shampoo if these surfaces are too dirty.
After completing this procedure as thoroughly as possible, be sure to wash your hands and take a bath or change clothes before doing other activities indoors.