Accurate Sanitising & Disinfecting
Now more than ever cleaning, sanitising and disinfecting your home and workplace is of the highest importance. And these days, shortcutting the process is not an option.
If you want complete removal of germs, bacteria and viruses, cleaning alone is not enough.
You may believe that disinfecting your home isn’t necessary as part of your regular cleaning routine. However, when someone is sick or if it’s flu season, disinfecting surfaces that come into contact with bodily fluids to prevent the spread of pathogenic germs is crucial.
Cleaning is Not Enough!
Given that cleaning alone is not enough to prevent the spread of germs, bacteria or viruses, it’s important to understand the difference between cleaning, sanitising and disinfecting.
Doing so will allow you to protect your family and your workplace to the highest level possible.
What is Cleaning?
Cleaning is the process of physically removing germs, dirt, and other impurities from surfaces. To clean a surface, most people will use an all-purpose cleaning agent and a cloth to lift soils away.
How Effective are Cleaners?
If you are using a cleaner to kill harmful germs, you actually haven’t killed anything!
Cleaning only removes germs and soils from the surface. It does not kill them. Germs that were not removed will continue reproducing and spreading.
To kill the organisms that are left behind from cleaning, a disinfectant must be applied to the surface.
“Cleaning alone is not enough!”
What is Sanitising?
While cleaning a surface simply removes visible debris, dirt and dust. Sanitising a surface makes that surface “sanitary”, or free of visible dirt contaminants that could affect your health. Sanitising is meant to reduce, not kill, the occurrence and growth of bacteria, viruses and fungi.
How effective is Sanitising?
When you sanitise, you are killing/reducing the number of bacteria present by 99% but doing nothing about viruses and fungus. Sanitising is better than cleaning alone but the reduction of pathogen populations on surfaces is exponentially better when you disinfect.
What is Disinfecting?
Disinfecting kills germs!
However, disinfectants do not clean soils from surfaces.
Disinfectants need to be used after cleaning agents because they cannot break through soils on surfaces.
How effective are disinfectants?
Disinfectants kill 100% of germs listed on the manufacturer’s data when used properly.
A commercial cleaning solution cannot be classified as a disinfectant unless it has been EPA tested and proven to kill 100% of the germs (that are listed on its label) from a given surface.
On top of this, for a disinfectant to be effective, it must dwell for the recommended dwell time.
The average dwell time for a disinfectant will vary by the disinfectant type and organisms you are trying to kill. Disinfectants that do not remain wet for the recommended dwell time do not kill as many germs and are considered ineffective.
If you miss even an inch of surface or you have not let the disinfectant dwell for the proper time, you are allowing germs to reproduce and continue spreading.
Surfaces that are not properly disinfected increase the chance of spreading germs, bacteria and viruses that can cause illness throughout your home or workplace.
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