Proper surface and equipment cleaning is fundamental to preventing the spread of illness. In a post-lockdown world, customers and employees alike are looking to regain confidence in public spaces. By offering hygienic maintenance solutions for high touch point surface areas, you are creating a safe solution for your customers!
Today, about 40% of workers say they often worry about getting sick as a result of poor hygiene. In fact, employers seeking to attract the next generation should be aware that 50% of those aged 16 to 25 say they consider hygiene concerns a top priority.
When to use wipers?
Wipers should be a key component of your towel and tissue assortment. They’re a disposable cleaning tool that’s stronger than a paper towel, making them ideal for cleaning and disinfecting where cross-contamination is a concern. To properly disinfect, use a wiper in conjunction with an alcohol-based disinfectant that has an alcohol content of at least a 70%.
A high touch surfaces cleaning routine should include:
- Tables and seating
- Door knobs and handles
- Light switches
- Equipment panels
- Workstations / desks
- Elevator buttons
When cleaning and disinfecting, use one side of a wiper per surface to avoid cross-contamination. Adding wipers to your assortment is essential to helping your customers develop a cleaning plan that maintains sanitized and hygienic surfaces.
Did You Know?
Wipers are 10X stronger than paper towels and offer a clean that’s tough on dirt, grease and bacteria. Cloth wipers are durable and are made for both the everyday and heavy-duty, industrial wiping tasks. This includes soaking up thick, sludgy messes and polishing or scrubbing out stubborn scuffs. Despite their strength, wipers are gentle to use with bare hands!
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