Top 6 Things Retail Stores Should Be Disinfecting
- Posted by Jamie Pritchard
- On May 20, 2020
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With the Retail Industry beginning to reopen, it is very important that precautions are taken to continue to help reduce the spread of COVID19 and other harmful bacteria. We have created a top five list of things you should be disinfecting to help you stop the spread of harmful germs.
- Door Handles/Railings – Every door handle that a customer or employee will come into contact with needs to be disinfected several times a day.
- Shelves – Any shelves that hold items you are selling NEED to be disinfected thoroughly throughout the day, as this is a high touch surface.
- Cash Registers – Cash Registers are a high touch surface for many employees and should be disinfected throughout every shift change.
- Benches – Any sort of bench or seating that is available to a customer should be disinfected frequently.
- Change Rooms – If your store has a changing room, ensure that everything in it is thoroughly disinfected before and after a customer goes in.
- ATM – If your store has an ATM, you NEED to ensure this is wiped down before and after every use.