Commercial Disinfecting Mistakes You’re Probably Making and How to Fix Them
If you own a business and are concerned with this COVID 19 virus, which is understandable, then you need to be aware of some of the commercial disinfecting mistakes you may be making, and how to rectify them.
We are all aware that the COVID-19 virus could be potentially lurking on surfaces in your home, car, and business. And chances are great you are attempting to disinfect your belongings on a daily basis. However, even though you think you’re doing things the right way, you may be using the wrong products or not using them correctly. To help to make sure you are clearing your belongings of COVID-19, then read the following tips and guidelines.
For a start, cleaning and disinfecting are two very different things, which most people get confused with. When you clean a space, you are physically removing dirt and germs from surfaces or objects; however, disinfecting a space means you are killing the germs. Just because something appears clean doesn’t mean it is disinfected. Cleaning a surface and physically removing germs will help, but disinfecting is the better option to ensure you kill germs and to prevent the spread of bacteria.
So what exactly does differentiate disinfecting from cleaning? Easy, the type of products you use. Disinfecting requires the use of specific products that have been specifically designed to kill germs, instead of physically removing them. The United States Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA for short, has created a list of products that will meet their requirements for disinfecting against SARS-CoV-2, which is the virus that causes COVID-19; these can include Windex Disinfectant, Comet Disinfecting, Clorox Disinfecting Wipes, and Lysol Disinfecting Wipes.
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