We are familiar with all of the cleaning hotspots in the house, such as stairs, sinks, and so on. However, there are several other things that you might have forgotten to clean, including your tv remote control.
You probably just dust your television remote once in a while. To prevent the transmission of germs, it should be washed once a month or after a family member becomes ill.
Cleaning your remote:
- Begin by removing the batteries from the back of the remote.
- Dunk a cotton cloth in rubbing alcohol and scrub down the whole controller's surface.
- Use an alcohol-soaked cotton swab, to gently clean around the buttons. If there is dirt between the keys, use a toothpick to clean it out. Dry the remote with a lint-free cloth.
- Finally, reinstall the batteries and store the remote in a box to avoid excess exposure to germs.