Working to Protect those who are Most Vulnerable

One thing to keep in mind if you are involved in the cleaning or disinfecting of any space, is who will be using that space and who depends on it to be cleaned. Sure, in a perfect world, all germs would be eliminated from all areas with the click of a button and without any side effects from the cleaning method used. But that is not possible just yet, and ensuring that certain environments like schools, hospitals, groceries and restaurants   are as clean and safe as possible for their specific … [Read more...]

A Place to Learn, Not to Get Sick

The last thing any school wants to have to deal with is absenteeism, and that goes for teachers as well as students. Schools are places where children should bring home knowledge and valuable experiences, not germs and sicknesses. To ensure the ideal type of learning environment schools should focus on both not having sicknesses spread within them, and on positively affecting the health of students. To do this, there are three things that schools can focus on. Be Toxin Free Cleaning is an … [Read more...]

When and How to Clean, Sanitize, or Disinfect Your School

Not knowing the difference between cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting,   in your school can be costly and deadly. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, here is what you need to know about each: Cleaning: Physically removes germs and dirt with soap/detergent and water. This process does not necessarily kill germs, but rather reduces the risk of infection by removing them. Sanitizing: Lowers the number of germs on surfaces or objects to a safe level, as judged … [Read more...]