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Are “faster kill time” disinfectants needed to improve infection control outcomes?

Several new disinfectants have come on the market touting faster kill times for pathogens than most disinfectants available today.  This seemingly mig

Ice Melt Residue & Maintaining Entryways

Ice melting compounds are used extensively in the winter months near the entrances of buildings to keep the ground from getting slippery, to ensure th

Gym Floors: Caring For Your Wood Floors

Gym floors, in facilities like schools and community centers, are often the center of action in the facility. Many different events are often held, su

Electrostatic Spraying: A new tool for more effective disinfecting and sanitizing

Proper disinfecting and sanitizing of surfaces is critical to prevent the spread of illness and disease. In schools, cold and flu season brings on a d

Outbreak 101: Dealing with Outbreaks of Illness in Schools

Whenever large numbers of people are in close proximity, there is an increased chance of spreading illness. This is especially true in schools, where

Green Floor Strippers – Do They Work?

Floor strippers have historically been some of the most dangerous cleaning chemicals to work with. They can cause skin, eye, and respiratory irritatio

Norovirus Outbreaks in Schools – Infection Control

Norovirus is a highly contagious virus that causes the stomach and intestines to become inflamed. This leads to vomiting and diarrhea. Norovirus is of

Why would I want a urethane in my floor finish?

Acrylic-Styrene Polymer floor finishes have been around for a long time.   This post explains how urethane resins combined with traditional acrylic-st