-the ideal cleaning products for the health care establishments
-it is suitable for deep cleaning areas with high infection risk
-it will remove general dirt and infections from a wide range of surfaces
-unperfumed bactericidal cleaner and disinfectant. Passes EN 1276
-suitable for commercial and domestic daily cleaning & maintaining
Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner Review
Pathogens are everywhere. From the heavily soiled surfaces in industries, to that spotless countertop at home. Surfaces like door knobs, toilet seats, and even children toys can be contaminated even when they are not visibly soiled. Bathroom taps and handles can have over 50,000 bacteria per square inch. There’s even more E. coli in your kitchen sink than in a toilet after you flush it. A single bacterium cell can become over 8 million cells in under 24 hours. Microbes, particularly faecal bacteria from the processing of raw meat and poultry, are commonly found where people prepare meals, like restaurants and food processing plants. In high risk areas like health care centres, you don’t want illnesses spreading from patient to patient, and other people using the premises. Disinfecting medical rooms and equipment in hospitals is vital to ensure that healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are prevented. From the bed rails and bedside tables all through to the toilets, there can be billions of microbes. You want a product that can kill the bacteria strewn all over your surfaces. That's a job for the Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner.
Cleaning and disinfecting go hand in hand. You don't want your customers walking into your restaurant to find a dirty floor. Remnants from meals, and general soiling around tables will make guests feel unwelcome and create a negative impression of your business. No one likes performing acrobatic stunts as they try to use the porcelain throne, or flush it in public rest rooms. Organic matter from food residues such as proteins, oils and grease harbour bacteria. They also prevent the disinfectant from coming into contact with the surface to be sanitised. The soiling reduces the efficacy of the disinfecting process. So surfaces need to be cleaned before disinfecting. But what if you could do both at once? It will reduce the amount of time you spend on the sanitisation process, and cut down on the costs you incur getting different products. It also reduces the amount of storage space you need, since one product can handle both your cleaning and disinfecting needs. You can achieve this using the Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner.
Benefits Of The Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner
1. Thorough disinfectant
The Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner kills the microbes crawling over your surfaces. It asses EN 1276 at the recommended dilution rates and contact time. This is a quantitative suspension test that assesses the bactericidal activity of disinfectant products that are used in domestic, food, institutional and industrial areas. The Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner contains quaternary ammonium compounds, which destroy the very cells of the bacteria and viruses. The compounds have positively charged cations that bind with the acidic phospholipids that are in the cell wall of the microbes. This blocks nutritional uptake and waste discharge, thus killing the microorganism. The Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner is effective against a wide range of pathogens, from those that cause food poisoning like E. coli, Campylobacter jejunii, Listeria monocytogenes and Salmonella, plus the notorious Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), and Shigella sonnei (causes dysentery), to Staphylococcus aureus (one of the leading causes for skin, bone and wound infections), Enterococcus hirae (urinary tract infections) and the opportunistic Pseudomonas aeruginosa, that causes wound and burin infections.
2. Cleaning power
You get to clean and sanitise your surfaces at the same time. The Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner removes general soiling from the washable surfaces in the establishment. It will cut through the grime and get rid of the dirt, leaving you with a sparkling surface. The Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner also comes with a blend of sequestering agents and non-ionic surfactants. They reduce the surface tension between the soiling and surface, enabling the cleaner to penetrate quickly and lift off the soiling. This improves its versatility and ensures that the impurities and grime are easily removed from the surfaces.
It’s effective in both residential and commercial establishments. You can safely use the Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner on hard surfaces, carpets and soft furnishings. You can use it in restaurants, clinics and places where there is high risk of infection, and also bring the cleaning and disinfectant power to your home. The Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner is a quick acting product, enabling you to save time especially when you’re working on the dozens of rooms in a nursing home, or a health care centre than has thousands of surfaces to clean.
You won’t have to worry about allergic reactions to synthetic fragrances. This also makes it ideal for use in medical institutions like hospitals and nursing care homes, and in the food and catering industry. You can use the Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner in restaurants and cruise ships all through to schools, plus operating rooms and clinical laboratories.
5. Cost effective
It’s affordable, and you get a powerful product without breaking the bank. The Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner comes in an economical 5L bottle. It’s concentrated, meaning every purchase has an extended coverage, enabling you to make savings in your cleaning and disinfecting costs.
How To Use The Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner
Follow these steps for the different cleaning areas:
General hard surfaces
1. Start by diluting the Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner using a 1:25 ratio (such as 200ml of product with 5L of hot water).
2. Spray onto the surface.
3. Wipe using a clean damp cloth or a disposable paper towel, or mop (for floors). Do not rinse.
1. Dilute with hot water using a 1:25 ratio.
2. Wipe or spray onto contaminated area.
3. Allow 5 minutes dwell time.
4. Apply some additional Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner, and use a soft nylon scrubbing brush to gently agitate the carpet
5. Blot the area using disposable paper towels.
Tips For Using The Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner
· Wear disposable gloves when disinfecting your surfaces.
· To refill the trigger spray bottle, add 25ml of Safe Zone Disinfectant Cleaner to 600ml of cold water.
· Practice good cloth etiquette. Always wash the cloths thoroughly after cleaning surfaces, and replace them regularly. Also allow them to dry in between uses. This will prevent bacteria from thriving, as the microbes needs moisture to survive.
· Avoid placing your personal items like bags and purses on the floors in restrooms. You'll end up picking pathogens that you transfer to other surfaces in your workplace and home.
· Remove and change contaminated gloves to prevent transferring pathogens between hospital surfaces.