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While cleaning applies to only removing dirt and other soil from a surface(without killing pathogens), sanitizing, disinfecting, and sterilizing go far beyond this to eliminate harmful microorganisms. You can clean with water, soap and maybe the scrubbing. Disinfecting is when you destroy bacteria or pathogens that can cause diseases.
Bleach (hypochlorite) can be applied as a disinfectant, but not in all contaminated surfaces. It’s efficient in killing bacteria (Listeria monocytogenes, Escherichia coli (E. coli), Salmonella), fungus, and microorganisms. Chlorine Bleach can be a very effective disinfectant. Chlorine reacts quickly and becomes inactive quickly. Is also a potential hazard to human health and sometimes can be a reason for long-term respiratory problems.
Acid-based disinfectants are toxicologically safe and biologically active. Destruction of the cell membrane is the main action of acid-containing disinfectants. Acidic-based substances are fast acting, they are active not only against some bacteria but also viruses. Unfortunately, vinegar is not a registered disinfectant, and there is not proof that can eliminate dangerous bacteria.
The decision to use any disinfectant depends on the specific goals. Some disinfectants are accepted because of the broad spectrum of killing pathogens and achieve effective disinfection. Others destroy a smaller selection of disease-causing organisms. Sometimes we can apply non-toxic to human disinfectants, notably when the level of sanitation needed is low. We use an eco-friendly method of disinfection, who is efficient and doesn’t harm individual and pets.
It is crucial to clean and remove any visible dirt before disinfecting. Cleaning is the first step of decontamination, removes dirt and preparing the surface or object to be disinfected. The pathogens on the surface can be destroyed during the disinfection. If a not cleaned the germs can stay hidden and spreading of harmful microorganisms continuing. The effectiveness of the disinfection becomes low. Our disinfection solution is based on five levels to achieve the best results. One of these levels is the cleaning of potentially contaminated surfaces and objects.