COVID-19 has changed the way we live and think about keeping our businesses and homes sanitized and disinfected. Many experts predict we will come out of this pandemic with a new respect for what it takes to keep your customers, students, staff, guests and residents at ease. How can we create more hygienic spaces if we ever experience this type of health crisis again? With what we have learned from this pandemic, cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting regularly will be more important than ever.
Let's forget about COVID-19 for a minute—if that's even possible - and realize the opportunity here to do everything you can for your facility and everyone that steps inside. E.coli, MRSA, and norovirus are some of the bacteria commonly found on surfaces everywhere you live, work and play. We've still got the flu virus to contend with as well. Many kinds of germs and bacteria can thrive outside the human body for an extended time, especially on steel, plastic, and other hard surfaces. Shared touchpoints are considered "hot spots" such as phones, key fobs, sink counters, and faucets, keyboards, equipment around the workplace, etc. Many people touch these surfaces throughout an ordinary day, both leaving behind and picking up germs and bacteria from anywhere else they've been. It doesn't take much to see how quickly germs, bacteria, and viruses can spread. That's why "regular" sanitizing and disinfecting should be such an essential part of your business's maintenance routine.
As we start to reopen our world in a new way, there is still uncertainty about the virus. There's no better way to be proactive when it comes to sanitizing, deodorizing, and disinfecting than using EPA Registered products that are safe for use in ALL areas. Using the LastGerm 2 Step Process is essential to providing long term protec