Are you ever confused when buying cleaning products for your home in Reno Nevada? Learn the difference between common household cleaners used today in most American homes today.
According to an article at mymaidservice.com,
“Antibacterial cleaners do not actually kill germs. To carry the claim of being an antibacterial a product must suppress the growth and reproduction of bacteria only. Think of these items more as a type of bacterial birth control. Many people think they kill all germs, but this is not the case. They also only work on bacteria, so any hope of destroying or controlling a virus or a fungus would be unfounded.
Sanitizers are used to reduce, but not eliminate, micro-organisms from an environment. The term reduced, when referring to Sanitizers, is defined by the products ability to remove micro-organisms down to such a level that the surface is considered safe by public health codes or regulations. Normally this is defined as killing 99.9% of micro-organisms when in use.
A Disinfectant destroys or irreversibly inactivates infectious micro-organisms, but not necessarily their spores. The technical measure to meet regulations for a disinfectant is that it must kill 99.9999% of micro-organisms.”
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Green Cleaning Company
Understanding the ingredients in your household cleaning products is important. To make life easier, you could always hire a green cleaning company who ensures the cleaning products they use are safe on your home and safe for the environment. Contact White Lotus at 775-856-2345 to learn more.