Archive November 2007 VIII, No. 11

Four Common Questions About Surface Disinfection

The keys to booting bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms, from the groundup.

Nathan Hall, Associate Editor

With all the publicity surrounding the MRSA superbug, we thought now would be an interesting time to discuss how well you disinfect the surfaces in your facility. There are a lot of disagreements and misunderstandings about which agents to use and what surfaces you can use soap and water for instead of disinfectants. We talked to several experts to get their takes.

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