Home, business, and personal cleaning and disinfecting have become a major element of everyone’s life in 2020. Effective and thorough disinfection starts with having a plan or a routine and being consistent with it in order to maintain a level of protection. People are regularly carrying and using disinfectant sprays, hand sanitizers, cleaning wipes, and incorporating frequent use of these products into their daily lives. GTech Products are the best options for this type of frequent, routine, disinfection because of their special formula, effectiveness, and easy-to-use protocols, just to name a few reasons. Regardless, like wearing masks in public, attention to disinfecting and cleaning has become a regular part of life.
Disinfectant spray and hand sanitizer have become more than just products in the past several months, they have become a part of life and an important element of what is, overall, a new lifestyle. The outbreak of COVID-19 caused panic-buying of disinfectant spray, hand sanitizer, and other products all around the world. In the most intense days of the outbreak, those who were unable to stockpile disinfectant spray felt anxiety to such an extent that they were turning to any product they could find and even homemade versions of disinfectants. There's no worse feeling than thinking you don't have the power to protect you home, your family, or your business. What's worse is bringing a product like disinfectant spray into your home or business and not being sure of what it contains, how well it will protect you and the people that matter to you, or if is even safe.
GTech Clean is part of the GTech line of products and it is EPA approved to kill SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) not just human coronaviruses. There's a difference. Coronaviruses are a group of viruses that were originally discovered in chickens in the 1930’s and in humans in the 1960’s. The name "coronavirus" was given by the doctors who discovered the disease because of the distinctive shape of the virus molecules visible when using an electron microscope.
Do you ever imagine the germs that linger around your home? What about at your place of work?
Did you know the average keyboard, chair and computer mouse harbor some 21,000 germs per square inch; your average desk is home to 10 million bacteria. For context, that's 400 times more germs than the amount found on a standard toilet seat.