In layman’s terms, the words cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting are used interchangeably because most of us do not know the difference. In today’s world, it’s crucial that we know the difference between these three words in order to effectively prevent the spread of infectious diseases.
There is a saying “Cleanliness is next to Godliness”. It is an essential element to any effective infection control procedure.Cleaning works by using soap and water and enzymatic detergents to physically remove germs from surfaces using hand scrubbing or more sophisticated cleaning machines.Cleaning is just the first step in a complete decontamination process, but it’s a step you can’t skip. While cleaning does remove soils and reduces microbial population it won’t kill bacteria or viruses.
Sanitizing is meant to reduce and lower the number of germs to a safe level as determined by public health standards.When you sanitize, you are killing/reducing the number of bacteria present by 99.9 percent to reduce the risk of infection but doing nothing about viruses and fungus.
A sanitizer only reduces the number of organisms down to 1,000 and does nothing about virus and fungus. Sanitizing is a step ahead of cleaning but will not eliminate all viruses.
Disinfectants are products that are applied to inanimate surfaces to kill all microorganisms except resistant bacterial spores.
This is the third process done after cleaning and sanitizing is done in public Toilets, Hospitals, and Restaurants etc. All disinfectant products are categorized and regulated by the EPA as “pesticides”.Since they are a toxic product they should be handled with care.
Now people are more educated and aware that healthy and clean surroundings need to be maintained. Women want the restroom at home as well as in malls, hotels, shops and other public places to be clean and hygienic.
Travel toiletries are carried by women to all places they travel. Feminine personal hygiene products are personal care products used by women for menstruation, vaginal discharge, and other bodily functions. Sanitary napkins, tampons, menstrual cups and period panties also come under women’s hygiene products.
PeeSafe is a toilet seat sanitizer spray that destroys 99.9%germs including all pathogens. It is also regarded as a toilet seat disinfectant which is safe to use and a portable female hygiene product. Nowadays 90% of women are affected by Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) because the toilets in public area are not cleaned and sanitized properly, it becomes imperative to use a toilet hygiene product like PeeSafe that not only kills the germs but also deodorizes the toilet. PeeSafe wet wipes can also be used for extra protection from germs. This is a product that is portable friendly which can be used by people who travel to different places on a regular basis.
PeeSafe is very pocket-friendly and it comes in 40ml and 75ml bottles. It also has a tiny deodorizing spray which is a great boon to mankind since people who carry this toilet safety essential need not worry about contracting different ailments.