According to this website:
"MRSA is spread from one person to another by contact, usually on the hands of caregivers. MRSA can be present on the caregiver’s hands either from touching contaminated material excreted by the infected person or from touching articles contaminated by the skin of a person with MRSA, such as towels, sheets and wound dressings. MRSA can live on hands and objects in the environment.
What will happen at home?
If you have MRSA at the time of discharge from hospital, there is a small chance of spreading the germ to your family. We recommend you practice the following:
* Everyone who might help you with your personal hygiene or with going to the toilet should wash their hands after contact with you.
* Wash your hands before you make any food and before you eat. This practice should be followed by everyone in the household.
* Wash your hands well after using the toilet. If you share a bathroom, make sure others using that bathroom wash their hands well afterwards.
* Clothing may be laundered in the same manner as the rest of the household laundry.
** * No special cleaning of furniture or items (e.g. dishes) in the home is required.**"
Hope that helps