March 29 – April 3, 2021, is National Cleaning Week. This week is dedicated to industry professionals and to celebrate the value of the cleaning standards while recognizing the ongoing efforts of frontline commercial cleaning professionals.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the important work frontline commercial cleaning professionals do every day to keep our places of work, school, commerce, and worship safe, clean, and open.
Modern medicines like antibiotics, combined with effective cleaning practices have shielded humans from the risk of infectious disease that previously was a part of daily life. Before advances in antibiotics and cleaning / disinfection standards, dying from an infected cut was a daily reality. In the 21st Century, we live mostly free from the worry of possible infection because of advances in cleaning and medicine. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the risk every human face from infectious organisms.
SpectraShield Technologies LLC is proud to partner with cleaning professionals by providing front line workers the SpectraKill disinfection technology that is effective against a broad spectrum of pathogens while being low in toxicity, biodegradable, and Certified Green by the Green Cleaning Institute.
Too many hard surface disinfectants today have a Danger or Warning statement on the label. Disinfectants labeled with a Danger or Warning mean the products have been found by independent testing to be either “highly toxic / poisonous” or “moderately toxic”. Are you forced to work daily with products proven to be highly toxic or poisonous? That is a challenge cleaning professionals face.
Front line cleaning professionals need safe and effective tools like SpectraKill RTU to help them successfully do their job with a minimum of risk to themselves and the environment. We encourage everyone to appreciate the work of our front-line cleaning professionals and to tell them “thanks” when you have the opportunity. Like police, fire and other first responders, cleaning professionals are on the front lines every day, working to make our lives safe and clean.