Jump Start Re-opening Your Work Space
The way we work may never be the same – what does that mean for the physical office? We’re here to help you plan ahead, so the office is even better when you return. This email will cover the topics of how to properly clean surfaces, as well as choosing seating that can be easily cleaned.
Cleaning a surface simply removes visible debris, dirt, and dust. Sanitizing a surface makes that surface sanitary or free of visible dirt contaminants that could affect your health. Sanitizing is meant to reduce, not kill, the occurrence and growth of bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Disinfecting a surface will “kill” the microscopic organisms as claimed on the label of a particular product.
Cleaners and disinfectants recommended by the CDC to combat COVID-19 when cleaning guidelines are followed as directed:
- Detergent or Soap and Water (prior to disinfection)
- 1:5 Bleach/Water Solution
- Alcohol-Based Cleaners (at least 70% alcohol)
- Quaternary-Based Disinfectants
- Hydrogen-Peroxide Based Cleaners
NOTE: As always, when using any disinfectant, it is important to test a small area and do not saturate the surface of the fabric, and remove all residue with a clean, damp cloth so the surface of the fabric will not be damaged.
For additional information on COVID-19, please visit CDC.gov.
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