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Indian homes generally stock surface disinfectants and an assortment of surface sanitizers to keep the house clean and free of germs and bacteria. However, the deadly Coronavirus since last year has driven home the importance of hygiene in our lives as never before. In fact, these sanitizers and sprays have become our major weapons to fight the marauding virus and ensure our safety and well-being.

Since March 2020, when the Coronavirus started creating havoc, doctors and scientists emphasized on the need of disinfecting our homes and the surfaces of furniture, doors and windows. because of the capacity of the virus to infect us. So, we started taking the help of surface sanitizer sprays and maintaining hand hygiene to protect ourselves from the virus.

Off late there is a decrease in the number of new covid cases but it does not mean that you should lower your safety guards and become careless. In fact, daily hygiene lessons which we have learnt in this pandemic must be a part of our daily routine now and must become a part of our culture. 

Surface disinfectant spray can be used on hard and soft surfaces as well which guarantees decimation of germs. Even the house smells pleasant.

People touch surfaces of tables, door handles, chairs, carpets, curtains. These surfaces become a potential hotbed for a wide variety of germs and bacteria. The surface disinfectant spray helps keep us safe by killing germs like bacteria, fungi, moulds and virus. The surface disinfectant spray also kills rotavirus and norovirus. Make sure that you don’t wipe the surface. Allow it to air dry. The spray should not be used on brass and copper.

 

Here are some of the FAQs related to Disinfectants and Sprays

 

How effective are surface sanitizer wipes?

Surface sanitizer wipes have the potential to kill almost a hundred percent of germs and bacteria. Its ingredients succeed in effectively removing dirt. These wipes can be used on home surfaces, office table, and chair, kitchen slab, dining table, fridge, chopping boards, benches, car seats, flight armrests, etc.

Is surface cleaner a disinfectant?

By all means. A surface cleaner helps to disinfect the surface of anything from furniture, any slab, railing, pillars etc.

Which sanitizer spray is best for home use?

Use any sanitizer for home use. The very properties of a sanitizer provide proper protection against a plethora of germs. Many companies these days are coming up with a variety of sanitizers and disinfectants.

What are the approved sanitizers for food services?

It is common knowledge that uncleaned utensils and unsanitized surfaces allow harmful microorganisms to be transferred from one food to another foods. Restaurants have their role cut out in this regard. There are three clear methods of using heat to sanitize surfaces – steam, hot water, and hot air. Restaurants use both cleaning and sanitizing methods. Cleaning agents include detergents, solvent cleaners, acid cleaners and abrasive cleaners. Chemicals that are approved sanitizers are chlorine, iodine, and quaternary ammonium.

What are the three types of sanitizers spray?

Iodine. Concentration: 12.5 to 25 ppm.

Chlorine (Bleach) Concentration: 50 to 100 ppm. Chlorine based sanitizers are considered to be the most commonly used sanitizers.

Quaternary Ammonia (QUAT, QAC) Concentration: Use according to manufacturer’s instruction.

How effective are food-grade sanitizers in fighting germs?

Food-grade sanitizers help in reducing germs that stick on to hard nonporous surfaces. The main purpose is to keep the germs from spreading. The sanitizers are generally applied after cleaning the surface, and they are used in restaurants, food-processing facilities, and other areas where food is handled or prepared.

Which sanitizer is the best?

As of now, hand sanitizer is the best possible option to kill germs. Ideally, one should use alcohol-based sanitizers with 60 percent alcohol or higher. It helps in killing many types of germs. If your bottle has less than 60 percent of alcohol, it may help mitigate the growth of germs but not entirely kill them. These hand sanitizers should have ingredients like ethyl alcohol, isopropyl alcohol, or benzalkonium chloride.