5 Key Watch-Outs
For Safe Sanitizing & Cleaning
Friday August 28
by Robert Holmes
1. Ingredient Traceability
The FDA has shut down multiple companies recently for using Fuel Grade alcohol in their products. Make sure you know what is in your sanitizer
2. Full FDA Registration
To be certain you are using a safe and tested product, choose a solution that has a full FDA registration.
Many companies have appeared with sanitizing solutions that have followed the loose requirements stated by the WHO. Choose a product that has taken the right steps.
3. Is a Gel Formula
There are many thin based “liquid” sanitizers that have appeared on the market. This is a sign that they have followed WHO requirements. Choose a gel formula with Vitamin E to nourish the skin.
4. Microbiology Kill Report
Be certain your solution has taken the steps to receive a 3rd party microbiology kill report proving that it is effective.
5. Backed by Large Organizations
One thing you can count on is that large organizations will complete their due diligence before aligning with a solution partner to put their name behind. Choose a supplier that has gotten the stamp from a large partner.
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