There has been much attention given these days into disinfecting and sanitizing, particularly at medical facilities. While much of our medical community is cognizant of the proper way to use medical disinfectants, the upsurge in non-medical use of them dictates a need to discuss how to use them effectively. Nobody wants a false sense of security regarding their cleaning protocols, so let’s get into the nuts and bolts of effectively using medical disinfectants.
The first thing to remember is that it does little good to just use medical disinfectants on one or two areas of your store, office, or other establishment. Any place that is touched needs to be disinfected, including doorknobs, cabinets and cabinet hardware, countertops, faucets, sinks, chairs, desks, doorframes, tables, and so forth.
The next thing to consider is that even if you are diligent about getting every spot, you could miss some things. Using multi-function medical disinfectants — such as VitalOxide™ for its ability to be a surface disinfectant, air disinfectant, and threshold disinfectant (soles of shoes) — will give you the best possible results.
If you would like to know about medical disinfectants, such as VitalOxide™, for your medical practice or even for a non-medical use, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at Georgian Anesthesia and Medical Corp. We are happy to tell you more about this product that is safe for aquatic life, animals, and humans. In addition, it is 100% biodegradable and has the safest rating available: SDS 0-0-0. Call today to learn more.