One of the CDC's guidelines for COVID-19 prevention is to make sure you disinfect common used surfaces frequently. 

The CDC also issued guidelines to ensure you know how to disinfect properly and safely.

For common used surfaces, the agency says use soap and water first. Then, use a disinfectant. They suggest let the disinfectant sit on the surface for one minute before wiping it away.

For your carpet, use soap and water. For your clothes, follow the instructions on your clothes first. The CDC recommends use the warmest temperature water the clothes can stand. 

For surfaces that can stand bleach, the CDC says make a diluted solution. According to their guidelines, they say mix five tablespoons of bleach into a gallon of water.

Some of these cleaning products can be hazardous if not used correctly. While cleaning you shouldn't mix chemicals. That can create deadly fumes and make you sick.