Guidance For Cleaning And Disinfecting Ultra Fine Mist Sprayer

  •   Work with your Facilities and Environmental Health and Safety staff to determine how frequently your products should be cleaned.

      CDC has advised that the most effective methods for preventing the ultra fine mist sprayer manufacturer of viruses and germs are wearing masks, washing hands frequently and adhering to social distancing guidelines.

      On April 5, 2021, the CDC updated its guidance for cleaning and disinfecting facilities to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This update places emphasis on hand hygiene for substantially reducing the risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission from contaminated surfaces, while surface disinfection once- or twice-per-day had little impact on reducing estimated risks.

      If you are searching for a disinfecting product to use in your venue, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) provides a comprehensive list of all cleaners approved to prevent the spread of COVID-19, along with the surfaces they are intended for. If you have a cleaning or disinfecting product but can't find it on the EPA's list, look at a your product's label to confirm it has an EPA registration number and that human coronavirus is listed as a target pathogen.

      Technically, a soft surface, such as upholstered furniture, cannot be 100% disinfected. While "disinfect" is the common buzzword during these challenging times, it's important to understand that hard surfaces, such as chair arms, backs and standards can be disinfected, but soft surfaces, with their contours and seams, can be sanitized. Applying disinfectant to soft surfaces does not mean that they are 100% disinfected. Given the airborne transmission of the COVID-19 virus, your venue's social distancing measures, HVAC upkeep, masking policies and hand washing or hand sanitizing stations are most important in keeping your guests safe.

      We do understand that disinfectants are being applied to seating, as venues take extra measures to contain the spread of COVID-19. Often, an entire facility is treated with the same disinfectant. Facilities are challenged with meeting public expectations for cleanliness, while facing the time and cost considerations from extra cleaning and decreased programming. With this in mind, we encourage the use of equipment such as electrostatic sprayers or atomizers to apply disinfecting products within your building.

      Applying disinfectants to contract fabrics presents its own challenges. Aggressive or over-applied disinfectants and cleaning products may cause discoloration other changes to the fabric. Best practices are important when using these products, to ensure the longevity of your fabric and seating.

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