Bloomberg: Clorox shipping nearly 1 million packs of wipes every day

Bloomberg: Clorox shipping nearly 1 million packs of wipes every day. “Clorox Co. is shipping out its disinfecting wipes as fast as the company can make them. It’s not fast enough. While the bleach maker planned to have inventories replenished at major retailers by this summer, unprecedented demand throughout the pandemic dashed any hope of that. To cope, Clorox has added 10 additional third-party manufacturers and is running its own facilities 24 hours a day.”

Road|Show: How to effectively clean the inside of your car if you’re worried about COVID-19

Road|Show: How to effectively clean the inside of your car if you’re worried about COVID-19. “If the coronavirus outbreak has you cleaning up against bacteria and viruses, your car can prove a real challenge. It has lots of fussy nooks and crannies, all crammed into a closed space shared by multiple people. I recently showed you some new tech that will use ultraviolet light to keep cars sanitary, but in the meantime let’s go after germs in your car with solutions we have right now.”

Vox: 7 coronavirus cleaning questions, answered by an expert

Vox: 7 coronavirus cleaning questions, answered by an expert. “In a time when people are consumed with cleaning, sanitation, and germs in a way that is new for many, there has been a tremendous amount of confusion around which cleaning products to use, and for what. Vox staffers put together some of the questions they have and asked me to answer them.”

Popular Science: Your smartphone is gross. Learn how to clean it properly

Popular Science: Your smartphone is gross. Learn how to clean it properly . “With most phones now at least water resistant—if not waterproof—and designed to take a few knocks, cleaning your phone won’t be difficult, so you won’t accidentally end up with an overpriced paperweight. But it is a good idea to keep most of your normal cleaning products and any abrasive materials in the cupboards.” I find having a case really helps a lot, too…

Scrubbing up on social media: is the rise of ‘cleanfluencers’ healthy or harmful? (The National)

The National: Scrubbing up on social media: is the rise of ‘cleanfluencers’ healthy or harmful?. “Social media crazes come and go: 2014 gave us the no-make-up selfie, while 2016 was all about the mannequin challenge. This year’s latest Instagram trend, however, is far removed from the hilarity of filters or the nostalgia of the #tenyearchallenge. In fact, it borders on the mundane, seeing as it involves housecleaning.”