Bio Free Technologies Incorporated 2018
If you cannot use gloves use a doggy bag to grab the nozzle/handle of the gas pump. DO NOT GRAB IT DIRECTLY! Once your done filling your tank and have replaced the nozzle, take off and throw out the gloves or doggy bag!
To be clear, because pathogens are invisible and mostly odorless, people think they're gloves are sterile and they're protected. Once your gloves touch anything, they are contaminated. For perspective, would you handle your phone, rummage through your purse, handle your groceries or drive your car while wearing gloves you used to change a baby's messy diaper?
Take off your gloves before:
A study published in Nature’s Scientific Reports found as many as 362 different species of bacteria inside a kitchen sponge, and there about 82 billion in every cubic inch. That’s about the same number of bacteria found in a human stool sample. If you’ve used your sponge to wipe up a drip of raw egg or some dirt from fruit and vegetables, it can harbor bacteria that will make you sick.
Using a sponge to wipe down kitchen surfaces spreads bacteria to the inside of your microwave, your refrigerator’s handle, or your kitchen counter.
A University of Arizona seminal study found that brand new shoes, worn for two weeks. Had an average of 421,000 units of bacteria, compared with 2,887 on the inside, and fecal bacteria appeared on 96% of the shoes.
The transfer rate of Bacteria from shoe to floor was over 90%!
To be clear: Our world is basically filled with fecal matter, and whether you stop wearing shoes indoors may come down to your own personal standards for cleanliness.
You can't properly disinfect in one step! Cleaning with Disinfection Wipes and Sprays does NOT Properly DISINFECT!
· Light switches
· Exterior & interior appliance handles.
· Include drawers and Touch screens.
· Cabinet Knobs and pulls.
· Remote Controls (TV & Ceiling Fans)
· All touch screens and keyboards
· Cell phones
· Faucet handles
After cleaning, use a separate cloth or sponge to go over the same area with a disinfectant. If using wipes, do not use the same wipe in multiple locations. Wipes lose effectiveness quickly and can spread pathogens. It is more effective to use a bucket with disinfectant and continually dip the cloth in the bucket than using wipes or spray.
Disinfection requires dwell time! If you can't read the label, allow the disinfectant to dry, do not wipe off.
Important: Read the directions.
Current Manual Disinfection Procedures are Ineffective.
Sanitizing lowers the number of germs on surfaces or objects.
Disinfecting KILLS germs on surfaces. Disinfection is not a cleaning process, so for maximum efficiency, surfaces need to be cleaned prior to disinfecting.