Don't Settle When It Comes to Surface Cleaning
You Can Make a Good First Impression Every Time
Creating a clean, odor-free facility protects more than just your staff and clientele; it protects your reputation. Supplying your facility management team with the right tools is a big responsibility, but don't worry. There are plenty of helpful solutions to make sure your image stays polished and your facility stays clean and healthy.
How long can pathogens survive on hard surfaces?
Influenza: 2 days
Salmonella: 10 days
Norovirus: 7 days
Clostridium difficile (spores): 5 months
Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA): 7 months
Escherichia coli: 16 months
Source: Kramer A, Schwebke I, Kampf G. How long do nosocomial pathogens persist on inanimate surfaces? A systematic review. BMC Infect Dis. 2006; 6: 130.
You Can Kill What You Can’t See
Implementing strategies to prevent germs on common surfaces is the first step to ensuring that your facility reduces exposure to harmful infections. Introduce CloroxPro’s efficient products into your rotation for a comprehensive surface treatment plan designed to keep your facility healthier, all while saving time, money, and labor.
of Clean Contest Winners!
Greg Masse, custodian at Louis Toffolon Elementary School in Plainville, CT and Minnie Watson, EVS Technician at Memorial Medical Center in Springfield, IL are recognized for their dedication to maintaining clean and healthy environments! Meet the winners.Learn More
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The Hard Facts on Soft Surfaces
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