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When should you clean vs. sanitizing
Clean low-risk surfaces, such as floors, windows, etc., where the likelihood of pathogen transfer from the surface is low. Sanitizing should only be applied to food contact surfaces, which is required as part of the food code. Disinfection is appropriate for frequently touched surfaces and surfaces likely to harbor pathogens. Since sanitizing does not make anti-viral claims, sanitizing offers no confidence of killing the flu or other viruses commonly found on surfaces.
— Peter Teska, Americas portfolio lead for infection prevention, Diversey, Sturtevant, Wis.
Cleaning VS. Disinfecting VS. Sanitizing
Clean = Germs are Removed
Disinfect = Germs are Killed
Sanitize = Germ count is lowered to safe level as defined by public health standards
Sanitize Safely and Effectively:
Proper cleaning and sanitation are important to keep child care centers healthy. Young children sneeze, cough, drool, use diapers and are just learning to use the toilet. They hug, kiss, touch everything, put things in their mouths and readily spread germs. In addition, infants, toddlers and preschoolers have immature immune systems and experience more illnesses than older children or adults, especially when they spend time in child care settings.
24 Hour Hand-San & 90 Day Surface Protection
Conventional disinfectants are formulated to kill once upon application. Conventional disinfectants do not keep killing harmful pathogens after they dry. Our unique products help prevent re-infection, lessening the risk of transmission of viruses, bacteria, germs, algae, mold and more. A cost effective way to keep high traffic touch points free of harmful organisms with only one application