Disinfectant In Newmarket: COVID-19?
Before Disinfecting Surfaces for COVID-19
It is important to remove any dirt and soils prior to disinfecting. Disinfectants and sanitizers are not effective when there is dirt on the surface. Therefore, it is recommended to clean any surface and remove any dirt before disinfecting.
What Products to Use
As stated in the World Health Organizations Website that any regular household cleaning and disinfectant will be effective against eliminating COVID-19 from household settings (WHO, 2020). It is recommended to looking for products with one of the following:
- 0.05% sodium hypochlorite
- 70% - 90% alcohol
- 0.1% Bleach
- 0.1% Chlorine
After Disinfecting Surfaces: COVID-19
After disinfecting the surface wash your hands for at least 20 seconds to remove any disinfectant from your hands. Leaving disinfectant on the skin can lead to irritations, allergic reactions, and accidentally swallowing chemicals.
COVID-19 Disinfectant in Newmarket
At Solutions Plus Outlet we sell various disinfectant cleaners in Newmarket that are effective against limiting the spread of COVID-19.
Bacticlean Ready-to-use Disinfectant
One product we recommend is Bacticlean Ready-to-Use Disinfectant. This solution has been found to be effective against COVID-19 in an inanimate environment.
Another product we recommend for families with small kids and pets is Benefect Decon 30 or Genuine Disinfectant. Both of these products are natural alternatives.
Benefect Decon 30 Disinfectant
Benefect Decon 30 Disinfectant can help you clean and sanitize nearly any surface. This product kills over 99.99% of designated test microorganisms.
Genuine Disinfectant allows you to kill germs on hard surfaces and is phosphate-free, chlorine-free, ammonia-free, V.O.C free, biodegradable, and alcohol-free.
For more information on our disinfectant give us a call at (905) 715-7830 or visit us at 17705 Leslie Street Newmarket ON.
World Health Organization. (2020, August 14). Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Food safety and nutrition. Retrieved December 23, 2020, from https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/coronavirus-disease-covid-19-food-safety-and-nutrition