Global Environmental Restoration reminds consumers to follow manufacturer’s instructions to ensure disinfectants work as intended.
To help combat the Novel 2019 Coronavirus, the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) has recommended that citizens utilize EPA-Registered and Hospital Grade Disinfectant cleaners. However, consumers must follow the manufacturer’s instructions to fully disinfect the surfaces they are cleaning.
Disinfectants commonly misused
Many consumers spray on a disinfectant cleaner and almost immediately wipe it away, they don’t realize that they need to let the spray stay on long enough for it to disinfect the surface. Global Environmental Restoration distributes SNiPERTM a Hospital Disinfectant and All-Purpose Cleaner, which the EPA has certified as effective against viruses similar to Novel 2019 Coronavirus on hard, non-porous surfaces.
To be effective against pathogens such as the Coronavirus, SNiPERTM must be sprayed, have surface contact for 10 seconds, and then be fully wiped away. Many other spray cleaners require even longer contact time to be effective. It is of the utmost importance that consumers are aware of how to properly use the products that can be effective in protecting them during the Coronavirus outbreak.
SNiPERTM effective against Coronavirus
As an EPA-Registered Cleaner & Disinfectant, SNiPER has been proven effective against viruses similar to the Novel 2019 Coronavirus, such as Norovirus/Feline Calicivirus, Rhinovirus Type 37, and Poliovirus. SNiPERTM has also been proven effective against well-known pathogens such as Pandemic 2009 H1N1, Influenza A (Swine Flu), Salmonella Choleraesuis, and others.