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Month: June 2020

How to Sanitize Your Car for a Germ-Free Ride

Clean And Sanitize Your Car

From heading out to the grocery store to going out for your daily exercise, your car can become a hub for germs. Now, more than ever, it’s likely that you want to make sure your car is as clean as possible. To help you keep your car clean, follow these tips on how to sanitize your car.

Use gloves. Before you begin cleaning your car, you should consider wearing gloves. Gloves will help protect your hands from any harsh chemicals that might be used. They will also keep you from picking up germs. Remember, though, if you’re using gloves to avoid touching your face, phone, or other surfaces outside your vehicle while you have your gloves on.

Scrub your surfaces. There are a lot of surfaces that you might touch while you’re driving your car, including your radio, door handles, steering wheel, and shift knob. Pay these surfaces special attention while you’re sanitizing your car. Use disinfectant wipes or warm, soapy water to keep your surfaces clean.

Clean your car’s upholstery. Your car’s soft surfaces, such as your seat upholstery or floor mats, can gather germs easily – especially if you’ve sneezed or coughed in their general direction. That’s why you should use appropriate upholstery cleaners for your car’s soft surfaces, giving them a good scrub.

It’s more important than ever to know how to sanitize your car. For more extensive car maintenance, schedule a service appointment at Avery Greene Honda.

Honda Ventilator Parts Created for Dynaflo

Ventilator Parts

Honda is lending a helping hand to those in need. The carmaker has started manufacturing and delivery vital parts for ventilators to Dynaflo Inc. of Reading, Pennsylvania. These Honda ventilator parts help Dynaflo produce their diaphragm compressors, which are a key component of portable ventilators, which are used in hospitals and by first responders throughout the United States.

Honda and Dynaflo have set a goal to produce 10,000 compressors per month when production reaches capacity, and will continue to do so through the end of August.

“Honda associates have successfully transformed a portion of our technical training center into an assembly line that will help support the urgent need to produce ventilator components,” said Rick Schostek, Executive Vice President, Honda North America, Inc. “With our supply of these key components to Dynaflo, we hope to help address one of the most pressing needs within the COVID-19 crisis.”

The production team for these parts has transformed 6,000 sq ft of the brand’s Technical Development Center in Marysville, Ohio, utilizing their production know-how to quickly ramp up production over the first few weeks. Honda associates are also working closely with Dynaflo personnel to ensure best practices in compressor assembly, allowing them to build and quality test the devices before they are shipped.

Thanks to Honda, thousands of first responders were able to get the ventilators they needed. If what you need is a car, though, then you should head on to Avery Greene Honda!

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