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Improving processes


Now is the time to significantly improve cleaning methods to ensure that any infection risks can be eliminated.


Cleaning with the above process will show remarkable results, even from first use. Then, every time the process is followed, it further improves the cleanliness of any hard surface.


The effectiveness of the process can then be proven by taking Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) measurements before and after cleaning. ATP is the energy molecule found in all living and once-living things, making it a perfect indicator when trying to determine if a surface is clean or not.


With an ATP hygiene monitoring system, ATP is brought into contact with a unique liquid-stable reagent in the test device. Light is then emitted in direct proportion to the amount of ATP present in the sample and read in the monitor, providing information on the level of contamination in a few seconds.


Following up cleaning with this measurement test ensures that floors and surfaces are not just clean, but also germ free. By adopting this process-driven approach, facilities managers can ensure that cleaning levels are continuously improved each time.


Protecting your workplace


Once you are confident that all dirt and germs have been removed, it’s vital that the hard work isn’t quickly undone. The final step of the process should always be to protect the surfaces with a solution like the Zoono Z-71 Microbe Shield, which is a cost-effective, residual polymer-based antimicrobial protection.


The solution provides 30-days active protection for any treated surface, significantly reducing the spread of harmful bacteria and viruses, and providing unique, proven long- lasting protection. The product is water-based, alcohol free and non-toxic, replacing the need for dangerous poisons, chemicals and alcohol.


Following a thorough clean, the solution can be applied to a surface by spraying, wiping or ‘fogging’, leaving behind a mono-molecular layer that permanently bonds to the surface, forming a barrier of positively charged microscopic pins.


These pins attract and pierce negatively charged pathogens, rupturing the cell walls, causing the pathogen to break up with lethal effect. This layer of molecular antimicrobial pins continues to work for up to 30 days.


We recommend that main touch points are treated every seven days, with the wider area fogged or sprayed every 21 days for the very best protection. Routine cleaning can continue between applications, without disrupting the Zoono molecule or its antimicrobial activity.


The ‘new normal’ of cleaning


As facilities managers up and down the country prepare to reopen businesses and public areas in the coming weeks and months, it is vital that they don’t fall back to half- hearted cleaning efforts.


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If the COVID-19 crisis has taught us anything, it’s that only the highest standards of cleanliness can tackle bacteria and viruses head on. Now is the time to invest in consistent and robust cleaning methods to reduce the risk of a second wave of infection.


By adopting our ‘remove, improve and protect’ cleaning strategy, facilities managers and company owners can be confident that their premises are safe and hygienic for the wider workforce, clients and visitors in the post- lockdown world.


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