Controlling the Deadly Superbug MRSA



What is MRSA?

MRSA stands for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, a type of bacteria that is resistant to several antibiotics. MRSA is usually spread in the community by contact with infected people or things that are carrying the bacteria. This includes through contact with a contaminated wound or by sharing personal items, such as towels or razors, that have touched infected skin. This Superbug can linger on the surfaces of your daily environment for months. Good hygiene and proper disinfection can help stop the spread of such deadly bacteria. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reinforces the habit of regular handwashing as one of the best ways to remove germs.


Many of the places you and your family visit, work or play can be a dwelling place for MRSA, just waiting to infect someone. Daycares, schools, fitness centers, hospitals - all carry the highest opportunity for infection.


Clean Environment

Keeping our home and business clean and disinfected can substantially lower the risk of spreading MRSA. A disinfectant is a product that uses chemicals to kill germs and bacteria. The EPA has constantly warned against the use of harsh chemicals because they can harm people and the environment. Still, many of the recommended products for killing MRSA and other viruses are full of toxic chemicals, and while they may be effective at killing MRSA, they can produce risks that may not be worth taking.


LastGerm.com utilizes a patent-pending sanitizing and disinfecting process without the use of harmful chemicals and can effectively treat any residential or commercial location. Our process is effective against MRSA and other types of pathogens. LastGerm has always been devoted to bringing an effective sanitizing and disinfecting service to consumers without the use of harmful chemicals or fumes.


For more information on MRSA, please visit https://www.cdc.gov/mrsa/community/index.html#anchor_1548173124

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