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One Coffee With No Germs Please

by Zach Govia June 12, 2020

One Coffee With No Germs Please

With the current COVID-19 pandemic, we have been encouraging businesses to take responsibility and get disinfectant wipes and P.P.E. . While this is a great first step, it is also very important that their employees are trained on the proper use of the equipment.

To help, below we have a step by step process on how to properly use a Premium Roxton Disinfectant Wipe to disinfect your coffee station

Step 1: Wipe down all high touch points, e.g. buttons, handles and any panels that will be opened.

Step 2: Let your wipe dry and sit for at least 5 minutes.

Step 3: Finally, take a cloth with warm water and wipe off every point you disinfected. As a precaution, areas that are being used for producing food or any consumable should be rinsed with water. 

For more help on how to disinfect various surfaces properly, follow our YouTube channel by using the link below. Below is a link to a video on how to disinfect your coffee station.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERg0DOcSrKg

If P.P.E. is available, which we recommend, it is important that your staff is using their P.P.E. properly. Masks and face shields should be worn properly if necessary, and hand sanitizer should be used when entering and leaving an area, and whenever else necessary. We also now supply thermometers to help with screening.

 Visit our website so we can help YOU start disinfecting your space RIGHT NOW.
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