Surface Sanitization Cleaning (COVID-19)
Surface Sanitization is an important part of preventing the spread of the coronavirus (COVID–19). Sanitizing surfaces can help to reduce the risk of becoming infected with the virus. It is important to sanitize frequently touched surfaces such as doorknobs, countertops, and other items that are shared or touched by multiple people. The best way to sanitize a surface is to use a disinfectant with an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved disinfectant label. Disinfectants are usually used in the form of sprays, wipes, or liquids. It is important to use the correct disinfectant for the surface being sanitized. For example, there are specific disinfectants for hard surfaces, soft surfaces, and electronic surfaces. When sanitizing a surface, it is important to read the directions carefully and make sure to cover the entire surface with the disinfectant solution. It is also important to let the solution remain on the surface for the amount of time specified on the label. This will ensure that the disinfectant has enough time to kill the virus.