How to Disinfect a Chapel
You may be wondering how to disinfect a chapel. Due to Covid-19, churches, temples, and spiritual spaces were forced to shut their doors to the public. At some point we will be able to gather in large groups again. When we do, it is important for gathering spots, such as chapels, to update their cleaning protocols.
How to Clean Wood Surfaces, Such as Wood Church Chairs
- Gather the materials you will need. To clean wood surfaces, you will need water, white vinegar, dish soap, a damp rag, a dry rag, and a spray bottle.
- Fill the spray bottle with 2 cups of water. Add 1 cup of white vinegar. Add approximately 5 drops of dish soap. The vinegar works to disinfect the wood. The dish soap helps to clean the wood.
- Spray the solution directly onto the wood you want to clean. Wipe the solution with a damp rag. It is important to use a damp rag to remove the remaining traces of your cleaning product.
- Repeat the steps above until all wood furniture is clean and disinfected.
- Wipe all wood furniture with a dry rag to remove all excess moisture. Do not reuse rags until they have been properly washed.
How to Clean High Touch Surfaces, Such as Doorknobs
- Gather the materials you will need. To clean high touch surfaces such as doorknobs, you will need bleach wipes. Lysol wipes and Clorox wipes are two popular brands. You may be able to place a bulk order through a cleaning supplier to save money.
- Use as many of the cleaning wipes as you need to for the surface to remain wet for four minutes.
Things will be different, and we will all need to make adjustments to disinfect a chapel or other shared space. It is important to put systems in place as we plan for re-opening of public spaces, so we can be as clean and safe as possible. Contact Eustis Chair today if you need church chairs, spiritual chairs, funeral home chairs, or hardwood chairs that last a lifetime.