To effectively clean your facility, the CDC recommends a cleaning and disinfecting process which eliminates surface contamination. Using validated wiping and mopping technology which removes 99.99%* of surface contamination with an EPA approved disinfectant will clean and disinfect.

What to Clean/Disinfect?

High Touch Surfaces

Horizontal Surfaces:

  • Desk, table & counter tops
  • Chair seats, arm rests & floor mats

Vertical Surfaces:

  • Desk, chair & table legs
  • Fronts of drawers and file cabinets

Uneven Surfaces:

  • Door handles, knobs, light switches, faucets and sinks
High Touch Devices

Work Devices:

  • Computer keyboards, screens, computer mouses, telephones, stapler, touchscreens and cell phones

Social Devices:

  • Coffee makers, vending machines, water dispensers, faucet handles
When to Clean?
  • Start and end of the work day
  • Before & after eating at your desk

What to Use?

Wipes

MicroOne® Single Use microfiber wipe

Pre-saturate with Vileda’s 6 Liter Bucket & disinfectant/cleaner

Mops

MicroOne┬« Disposable Pocket Mops, with Vileda’s 6 Liter bucket and lid.

Disinfectant

Visit EPA’s site for recommended disinfectant to combat Covid-19

Click here for the EPA List N

How to Clean/Disinfect?

Prior to cleaning, wash and dry your hands and then put on new gloves

Wiping

Use one wipe per surface to prevent cross contamination. Wiping should be done in a pull & lift fashion with overlapping strokes. This can be done horizontally or vertical as shown below. Following this step is critical in removing contamination instead of spreading in circles.

Mopping

With mops a modified figure 8 (SMethod), Right to left, then left to right, with overlapping strokes

When the mop and wipe begin to dry out it’s time to replace with a new one.