Every vacation rental home is different, but common high-touch surfaces are recommended to be cleaned by CDC government-approved products on areas that include:
Remove shoes when entering a vacation rental, it's also a good practice to change into clean clothes when returning home from crowded places. Wash hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds. Keep socially distanced from others of at least 6 feet. Wear a face covering or mask when visiting local businesses and public areas where social distancing cannot be adhered to.
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Short term rental and vacation rental owners have a responsibility to keep their renters safe, adhere to the municipal and state government orders to conduct business safely. Taking the right precautions, planning, and offering hand sanitizer, masks, and cleaning products, to renters improves a safe home environment and gives guests a stress-free, and memorable vacation. Keep your properties up to date on the latest protocols easily and with peace of mind.
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Disclaimer: These guidelines and resources are for information purposes only. Each vacation rental owner is responsible for following the guidelines set forth by their state, county, or local law enforcement agency, as well as any professional business associations, referencing their business license in relation to cleaning protocols to implement. The information is derived in part from U.S. federal agency regulations and recommendations, but does not constitute legal or medical advice, nor does this article take into account the requirements of all states, counties, and municipalities.
FLARBO - Florida Rental By Owners makes no warranty or representation that following these guidelines will ensure the health of employees, clients, guests, or others, or preclude the possibility of contamination. This article is intended to be comprehensive, however, it does not contain all available information on the subject matter. This article was published on July 15, 2020, with available information existing at the time of publication and therefore may be superseded by developments after this date.
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