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Surface Disinfectants... To prevent germs from spreading, surface disinfectants and sanitizers reduce the number of germs on hard, nonporous surfaces. Before using disinfectants or sanitizers, clean surfaces with cleaners that remove dirt and other impurities. Disinfectants are antimicrobial chemicals that destroy or eliminate the majority of pathogens and disease-causing microorganisms on cleaned surfaces, reducing the risk of infection spread. Sanitizers are antimicrobial chemicals that reduce the number of germs on a cleaned surface but do not completely destroy or eliminate all bacteria or viruses. In spas, salons, waiting areas, hospitals, schools, office buildings, restaurants, and hotels, disinfectants, and sanitizers are commonly used.

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About Surface Disinfectants:
Common Types...
  • Bleach:
    Bleach is commonly used to disinfect hard nonporous surfaces to eliminate mold, odors, and a broad range of pathogens, including bacteria, fungi, and viruses. The surfaces should be cleaned with soaps or detergents before applying bleach. Diluted bleach can also be used to whiten fabrics during laundering. Germicidal bleach is more concentrated than standard bleach, so less product is needed to create a solution for disinfecting surfaces. Bleach is commonly used in healthcare facilities, schools, kitchens, and other commercial sites.
  • Disinfectants:
    Disinfectants are antimicrobial chemicals that destroy or eliminate most pathogens and disease-causing microorganisms on hard nonporous surfaces. Apply them after cleaning the surfaces first to reduce the risk of spreading infection.
  • Disinfectant Cleaners:
    Disinfectant cleaners clean and disinfect using one product eliminating the need for separate cleaners. Disinfectant cleaners remove dirt on hard, nonporous surfaces while killing most pathogens and disease-causing microscopic organisms to lower the risk of spreading infection. These disinfectant cleaning products are commonly used in schools, office buildings, and hotels.
  • Disinfecting Wipes:
    Disinfecting wipes are pre-saturated with a disinfectant that helps stop the spread of bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Use wipes after cleaning surfaces first to reduce the risk of spreading infection. They offer a convenient alternative to using multiple items, such as rags, buckets, and spray bottles. Disinfecting wipes lower the risk of cross-contamination on surfaces in restaurants, schools, gyms, and healthcare facilities.
  • Food-Processing Industry Sanitizers:
    Sanitizers are antimicrobial chemicals that significantly reduce the number of germs (up to 99.999%) on a surface, but may not completely destroy or eliminate all bacteria or viruses. Surfaces require precleaning with soap or detergents before sanitizing for optimum results. These food-processing industry sanitizers are commonly used in restaurants, food service, and food and beverage manufacturing.
  • Food-Processing Industry Sanitizing Wipes:
    Sanitizing wipes contain antimicrobial chemicals to help stop the spread of bacteria, fungi, and viruses. These pre-saturated wipes offer a convenient and efficient alternative to using multiple items, such as rags, buckets, and spray bottles. These food-processing industry sanitizing wipes are typically used to lower the risk of cross-contamination on surfaces in restaurants, food service, and food and beverage manufacturing.
  • Disinfectant Test Strips:
    Disinfectant test strips are used to verify that the minimum effective concentration of a particular disinfectant is present in the product before use. Test strips help ensure the disinfectant performs as expected when used according to the manufacturer's directions.