Our Sanitation Survival Guide can help you get your facility hygiene under control
You can increase the efficacy of your facility hygiene plan by downloading your copy of the Sanitation Survival Guide, and keeping it in your facility. Below you’ll find a few highlights from the guide, as well as a form to download it on your own.
Quick and Dirty Tips to Get Clean:
- The four pillars of cleaning are Time, Heat, Chemical Cleaners and Mechanical Action. Remove one and you’ll need to compensate with another to remove soils.
- Organic material such as feces or blood inactivate many disinfectants, meaning surfaces that haven’t been properly cleaned might be reducing the efficacy of your disinfectants.
- Acid, alkaline and neutral cleaners are not interchangeable. Each is best when used for its particular cleaning need.
- Most new glass is slightly alkaline and should be washed upon receipt
- An ATP meter can effectively tell you whether you’re cleaning methods are actually working.
- Organic and inorganic soils should be treated differently, and cleaned using different products.
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