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Disinfection is an essential step in achieving a clean and virus-free environment. It plays an important role in protecting your health, by preventing the spread of common diseases such as influenza, colds, and other infectious diseases like the coronavirus. However, if disinfection isn’t properly done, the effectiveness is null and void.

Spraying a disinfectant in the wrong way just puts it down the drain, and all your efforts are wasted. That’s the reason why we are going to be sharing some of the best tips in applying proper disinfectant and protect the health of those in your building environment.

1.      Use Electrostatic Sprayers

To get the best results from your disinfection protocol, it is best that you ditch cleaning and mopping with cloths and try using electrostatics sprayers. It ensures a uniform coating of disinfectant on all materials and helps create a clean and virus-free environment. The best thing about the electrostatic sprayer is the ease of use it offers, and you can cut down on time spent on cleaning space as well. You can use it for disinfecting domestic households, shared spaces, and workplaces.

2.      Change Applicators

When disinfecting, the disinfectant solution can also get contaminated when you frequently dip your applicator into the solution. You will only end up spreading bacteria and dirt, rendering your disinfection ineffective. It is advised to change your applicator for every room, as this ensures that the solution is clear and remains effective to prevent cross-contamination.

3.      High Touch Surfaces

Bacteria and viruses can quickly multiply under the right conditions. In as little as 20 minutes, you can have hundreds of bacteria and viruses reproduce. These harmful microorganisms can be found in high-touch surfaces such as doorknobs, toilet seats, light switches, elevator buttons, and handrails. Therefore, these spots need to be disinfected more frequently.

Washroom surfaces should also be given attention. Surfaces such as grout, handles, and water fixtures such as shower-heads should also be regularly cleaned and disinfected to avoid mould build-up. You shouldn’t also forget towel dispensers, toilet paper holders, garbage cans, and hand dryers.

4.      Clear Out Dirt

Before you apply the disinfectant, clearing dirt is a prerequisite. Unless proper cleaning is done, the disinfection solution will not be effective. Therefore, you should follow the manufacturer’s instructions when applying the disinfectant to ensure that there is no dirt in the solution.

5.      Know About the Product

Before you even apply disinfectants, it is important to take out the time to know about the product specifications. You need to know which specific type of viruses and bacteria it is effective against? What is it’s kill claim? And for which surfaces is it advisable to use on? You can find most of this information in the instruction label of the disinfectant. You need to read the proper warning statements or hazard and safety protocols to ensure you have complete knowledge of the product.

6.      Contact Time

For a disinfectant to take effect, there should be proper contact time that needs to be followed at all times. This information is also indicated in the label or the manufacturer’s instruction, and it will state that the disinfectant must stay wet on the surface for the duration of the contact time. You should conduct your own research for the specific directions in dealing with virucidal, fungicidal, and mould and mildew control disinfectants.

7.      Use a 90% to 10% Ratio

You must remember that all disinfectants are chemicals, and as such, they must be diluted or dissolved properly in the advisable ratio to have the best results. The advisable ratio is generally at the 90% water and 10% disinfectant solution ratio. Any less or any more is going to make your disinfection efforts useless, which is why you must pay particular attention to the ratio of the disinfectant you are using.

8.      Never Mix with Cleaning Solution

It’s important to remember that you must never mix a disinfectant with other chemicals or cleaners, especially if you want the best possible results. This is not only unsafe but will also make your disinfectant useless at the same time. So, keep in mind that you should use your disinfectant as it is and not mix it with other chemicals and cleaners so that it remains effective.

9.      Consider Certain Factors

You must keep in mind certain factors and considerations when you are applying a disinfectant in and around your property. The first thing you need to consider is whether the disinfectant is safe for people and won’t harm them if they come into contact with them. The next factor to consider is related to the effectiveness of the disinfectant when it comes to killing pathogens in your facility or home.

You also need to consider the kill time of the disinfectant, precisely how much time it takes to kill pathogens and how much time is needed to leave surfaces wet. You also need to consider how easy it is to use and whether it is practical for daily use or not.

Final Word

Choosing the right disinfectant goes hand in hand with the right application. By following the guidelines mentioned above, you can not only protect your health but ensure that your workplace, home, or business premises remain free from viruses, bacteria and pathogens. One of the best solutions for disinfection right now is the electrostatic sprayers from Infection Prevention Ireland.

It is a touchless application that reduces cross-contamination, is easy to operate, portable and cost-effective and easy to implement. It is also eco-friendly, so you get the best solution for disinfecting your property and keeping it safe from pathogens like the coronavirus.

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