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Tuesday's Ask the Experts: Medical facilities

September 06, 2011
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Tuesday''s Ask the Experts question from a cleaning professional on the International Custodial Advisors Network (ICAN) "Ask the Experts" page: What would be effective safe product for cleaning a medical facility?

The answer:

It depends on what you are trying to clean. If it''s a contaminated or contact surface, then normally a quaternary disinfectant detergent will be your best choice. If it''s a wall or floor in most areas, a neutral cleaner would be a good choice. If it''s a mirror or glass, a glass cleaner would be appropriate. If the surface has visible body fluids or blood, they must be treated as biohazards and the surface first cleaned and then ... — Bill Griffin, president of Cleaning Consultants

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