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Learn about electrostatic spray technology, infection prevention best practices, disinfection protocols and more.

Selecting the right chemical for your restaurant.

The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened everyone’s awareness of everyday actions, from breathing to touching doorknobs. One area that deeply affects the retail and restaurant industry is the general public’s increased expectation of cleanliness in public spaces. Restaurants from the fast-food industry to local cafes have put up signs demonstrating their commitment to health, detailing their […]

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Certifications You Should Care About

Not all products are certified by default. You may have noticed certifications on everyday products before—common certification symbols include the letters “ETL” or “CE” printed on a product or its packaging. Certifications are important for two key reasons. First, they offer proof that a product is safe to use. Certifications show that a product has […]

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Keeping travel germ-free: How to build cleaning into your routine.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought renewed focus to the ways we keep shared spaces clean, particularly for the travel industry. Research, recommendations and new protocols have changed the way hotels and airlines disinfect rooms and cabins. Cleaning hotels and airplanes effectively can be tricky. You need the right chemical to disinfect in a way that […]

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What you need to know about dwell time.

Infection prevention in any business, school or public facility starts at the surface. To truly disinfect high-touch surfaces and stop the spread of illness-causing viruses and pathogens, it’s essential to adhere to chemical dwell times. Here’s what you need to know about dwell time to help keep people healthy and spaces open in the new […]

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What you need to know about spray-on disinfecting methods.

With so many disinfecting options available, it can be hard to determine which one is the right fit for your business or facility. To help you understand your options, we’ve provided overviews of the four most common disinfectant spray applicators.  Hand pump sprayers  The classic spray bottle or hand pump sprayer was the go-to cleaning […]

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Foggers vs. electrostatic sprayers: What’s the difference?

The novel coronavirus pandemic has prompted a new focus on cleaning and disinfecting procedures. From air travel to restaurants to schools, businesses and organizations are trying to keep spaces clean and people safe. For many, that means moving away from traditional cleaning procedures and turning to new or revamped disinfecting technology. You’ve probably heard names […]

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3 disinfection mistakes to avoid.

Cross-contamination, or cross-infection, is when illness-causing contaminants or pathogens, like viruses, bacteria and fungi, are unintentionally spread from one surface to another. This is usually the result of unhygienic practices or improper cleaning protocols, which can end up putting the health and safety of the people who enter the space at risk. While you might […]

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Clean vs. disinfect.

The difference between cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting A lot of people believe that if a surface looks clean, it is safe to touch. But is it really? While infection prevention is a priority for most businesses and public places, there is still a need for improved cleaning protocols that can help ensure public health and […]

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IPX ratings: Why they’re important.

If you work with electronic devices, you’ve probably heard of IP ratings or IPX ratings – you’ve probably even seen an IP label on household devices like your cell phone or Bluetooth speaker. You may not know exactly what an IP rating means, but you should. It can mean the difference between a safe, effective […]

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What is electrostatic technology?

What is electrostatic spray technology? When it comes to sanitizing and disinfecting surfaces, the traditional spray-and-wipe method has long been the go-to technique for most businesses and facilities. However, it’s not always an efficient method when you’re dealing with the disinfection of larger spaces or oddly-shaped surfaces with hard-to-reach or often overlooked areas. That’s where […]

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