This is my plan. I told my employees that even though business is way, way down, we will staff normally and they will get paid normally.Not sure how many of you have employees, but I'm under the impression that if the stimulus package is passed as is, you could get a loan from an SBA cooperating bank. It would be 3.75% fixed for 30 years, and certain covered expenses would be FORGIVEN from the loan. It could get paid off at anytime. The idea is to incentivise employers to keep employees on payroll even though work is temporarily slow to prevent the massive unemployment surge. From what I have read, you would be 'discounted' on the amount forgiven by how many 'full time equivalent' employees left the company during this plague. I also hear that some (half?) of the payroll tax could be kept as incentive also. And for those that "pay themselves as an employee," I don't think there is a distinction - as you are obviously a required part of an essential business.
Anyone looking into this?
Why don't you spray it down with a mild bleach solution along with spraying a little while the Vac is running? From what I read, bleach cuts through the fat layer of the virus faster than soap does.My guess would be contamination of the hoses and the dispersal of infection from the exhaust. I can't do anything about the latter, but right now I'm removing and washing the hoses every day.
I do spray the hoses with bleach. It would cause the motors to rust.Why don't you spray it down with a mild bleach solution along with spraying a little while the Vac is running? From what I read, bleach cuts through the fat layer of the virus faster than soap does.
I'm not going to anything extra at the car wash and I'm dam sure not going to be hanging out at car wash for any longer than we have to. We were there for 40 mintues this morning that was enough to get it cleaned up and get out of there.I'm only doing it so I can say I'm doing what I can to protect customers. I'm also going to install a small sink and a hand soap dispenser.