5 Tips For Safe Cleaning

by Dana Ryan, Certified Clinically Clean® Specialist Whether you’re cleaning your own home or you work as a cleaner, janitor or custodian for a cleaning company, it’s important to know these tips for safe cleaning. The top cause of accidental home injury death is from falls, claiming nearly 6,000 lives per year according to the…

Difference In Products That Disinfect

What’s the Difference Between Products That Disinfect, Sanitize And Clean Surfaces?

By Stephen Lawson, COO of Aseptic Health, LLC and Certified Clinically Clean® Specialist   We’ve touched on this subject before in DisinfecTips, but I’d like to take a deeper dive into the difference between products that disinfect, sanitize and clean. I’ll also take a broad-brush explanation on the subject of sterilizing. General Cleaning General cleaning…

Clean Facts

Get The Clean Facts

It’s the beginning of a new year, and that has us thinking about the beginnings of our profession. What are the clean facts about cleaning? Around 2200 BC, the ancient Babylonians found a way to improve water’s cleaning power, and like so many great discoveries, it was by accident. Water had been used to clean cooking utensils…

Disinfectant

5 Disinfectant No-Nos

by Dana Ryan, Certified Clinically Clean® Specialist Disinfectants kill germs that cause colds, flu and other illnesses—when used as directed. The problem is, most people don’t read the label and they use the disinfectant incorrectly. Might as well pour the bottle down the drain, because if you’re making any of these six disinfectant mistakes, you’re…