Clean vs Disinfected

by media relations March 11, 2020

A muddy hand and a cleaner hand

We all want to think we live in a clean environment. While that may be true, with the recent outbreak of COVID-19, it is a good time to remind people about the difference between clean and disinfected. Why? Well, harmful bacteria and viruses, such as COVID-19, can not only survive, but they can thrive in certain "clean" environments. Below we will help educate you on the proper steps to make your spaces are clean and disinfected, ensuring harmful bacteria and viruses can't survive.

Step 1: Removal of the outer layer

The first step is cleaning any dirt, grime, or debris off of the surface.

Step 2: Cleaning

After dirt or grime has been removed, now using soap and water wash the surface off. A towel may be handy but it can also spread germs around.

Step 3: Disinfecting 

After the surface has been washed and has dried, now you disinfect. Using a disposable disinfectant wipe is the most effective, as opposed to a spray.

Now that we have shown you the proper steps to properly cleaning and disinfecting your high touch surfaces, remember to wash your hands after the process.

 With the mass amounts of misinformation being spread about the coronavirus, please, do not believe just anything you read. Check the source to ensure their credibility, where the information is coming from, and do further research. The WHO and CDC are the best places to gather factual information. This is where Roxton Industries gets our constantly updated information, along with reputable and credible news sources. Follow the link below to read where we got our information from!

World Health Organization 

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