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?
- Desk, table & counter tops
- Chair seats, arm rests & floor mats
- Desk, chair & table legs
- Fronts of drawers and file cabinets
- Door handles, knobs, light switches, faucets and sinks
- Computer keyboards, screens, computer mouses, telephones, stapler, touchscreens and cell phones
- Coffee makers, vending machines, water dispensers, faucet handles
- Start and end of the work day
- Before & after eating at your desk
How to Clean/Disinfect?
Prior to cleaning, wash and dry your hands and then put on new gloves
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.
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.