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Creating clean, safe environments is now the focus for many commercial buildings. As we learn more about cleaning products and how they work, it's also important to learn how to use them properly.
When the pandemic hit, there was flurry of action to stop the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. One of the primary concerns was frequently disinfecting surfaces.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently changed its guidelines for disinfecting, now only recommending the use of disinfectants under certain circumstances.
Surfaces in your facility should be as clean as possible, with the lowest amount of pathogens possible.
Unfortunately, in most cases, a quick clean and wipe on a surface does not result in a sufficient clean.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, disinfectants were commonly used in healthcare applications to reduce the risk of hospital-acquired infections.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, more industries started using disinfectants in commercial buildings like schools, restaurants, hotels, and offices to make sure surfaces are clean.
You've cleaned, sanitized, and disinfected your building. But how do you know your facility is actually clean?
Have you stared at cleaning product labels so long your eyes hurt? Sometimes, it's hard to understand what cleaning products actually do and if they are even effective against pathogens like viruses and bacteria.
There are best practices for keep your facility as safe as possible for employees, customers, and tenants during the coronavirus pandemic.