Effective Sanitization is More Critical Than Ever
Now more than ever, the need for effective sanitization is critical. Whether you’re trying to protect your staff and guests from COVID-19 or just the seasonal flu, sanitizing is an important step in the cleaning process that can help reduce the number of bacteria found on surfaces in your facility.
Is Sanitizing the Same as Disinfecting?
The short answer is no. While disinfecting involves using chemicals (disinfectants) to kill germs, sanitizing means that you’re actually lowering the number of germs on surfaces to an acceptable amount. What’s considered safe can depend on the rules and regulations regarding your facility. For instance, a restaurant may have different sanitization requirements than an office building.
To help prevention of cross-contamination of sanitized surfaces, we assign particular colors for designated cleaning areas where certain risks are common. These colors are transferred to our cleaning equipment and the products which are to be used specifically in these areas and only in these areas. This allows us to separate these cleaning items to help prevent the transfer of bacteria through cross-contamination to other areas.
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