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I hope all is well with you, your family, and all those you care about. I want to draw your attention to your customer’s and employees’ perception of your disinfection protocols. This is especially significant during the current COVID crisis, but it is equally important as an ongoing concern for the future, as normal routines become increasingly disrupted.
First of all, you need to clean before you disinfect. Sanitizing is not disinfecting. We all need to understand the implications of NOT disinfecting our homes, businesses, and vehicles. You see, disinfection is actually an investment – not a cost. It’s an investment in the health & safety of all those we care about or come into contact with. By being a leader in your disinfection routines, you are setting an example, and you will be recognized as a person or business that genuinely cares about people. It all starts with the disinfection of the person before they enter your business or home. Washing hands or using hand sanitizer is the first step. The second step is actually a regular disinfection process. At home, we suggest washing or disinfecting at least twice a day and after any outside activities. In a vehicle, we suggest having an individual sprayer and spraying it every time you get in and out of the vehicle. At times having gloves, a mask, and some eye protection are also critical. Yes, this is time-consuming, so you will have to determine your own balance between safety and comfort. Don’t forget to read about dwell times on your product. Dwell time is how long you have to wait before the job is done appropriately. Read your label.
Similarly, in a business, we recommend having hand sanitizers at every entrance and throughout the facility, while ensuring commonly touched surfaces are frequently disinfected, preferably after every use. In a business, disinfection can be a valuable tool to enhance your customer’s and employees’ confidence and comfort level. Have a good quality hand disinfectant on hand at all times. The one you choose is crucial and has the sanitizer in a larger script and readily available. This is very important for people with allergies of any kind. Have good quality masks available and make sure your employees wear one as well. This protects both the wearer and others in close contact. Spray as often as possible, since your customers will notice your actions and appreciate your efforts. Also, be sure to have signs about your disinfection processes, prominently displayed, and again signs with the ingredients you are using to disinfect at each entrance. I would ask on the signs if you have any allergies, followed by an ingredient list. A little bit of effort goes a very long way, and your customers will read and respond accordingly.
A little note about disinfection equipment: as in every industry, there are many products to choose from. Some seem expensive, some are very expensive, while some seem to be a real bargain. Our view is that if you disinfect properly and use the right tools, you will be protected. We do not believe in using scare tactics or making outlandish claims to get you to buy specific products. All we want to do is give you the information you need to make the right decisions. Look at various equipment, ask questions, make a choice that works for you and write a review online to help others know what works and what does not.
Thank you for considering us. Stay safe and stay healthy.
P.S. We offer 2000 sq ft worth of disinfectant “FREE” for first-time buyers of $100 or more of any of our product.
Also, would it be possible to have you leave us a quick review on Google? As a small business, it’s a huge help. Here is a Link to do so, you’d just need to be logged into a Google account.
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