MRSA is something that many people have and do not know it. It is not always dangerous, but certain strands in the public domain can be dangerous and very contagious.
Most times in a home, porous materials have to be disposed of due to the fact that if contaminated with MRSA they cannot be called 100% clean. Non-porous surfaces can typically be decontaminated. After surface cleanup, we fog a residence contaminated with MRSA with a sterilant to eliminate any future possibility of contamination.
The safest and best way to clean up MRSA from your home and ensure it doesn’t spread is to contact a certified professional MRSA cleanup company to make sure it is done right and doesn’t return.