How to Disinfect a Surface

Step 1: Read the label.

Every house cleaning service will tell you they are the best, and in a way, they all are. All cleaning services have some 5-star reviews and a list of loyal clients. We do too, I don't know how we get so lucky each and every day. We connect with so many amazing people in our community and are continuously granted the privilege to clean for new clients, and to continue to clean for long-term clients.

Step 2. Clean and/or saturate the surface.

Read the document in the link below. Depending on the situation, you may need to remove gross filth (yup it's called that!) before disinfecting, So, clean THEN disinfect. In some cases you can clean and disinfect in the same step. DWELL TIME: Make sure you find out the dwell time for your product and the germs you are trying to kill! Some may be 10 seconds, some may be 60. Most disinfectants need to saturate the surface, you don't want to miss a single square millimeter of space!

Step 3. Wipe the product off and then polish the surface.

Some products will leave a film or streaks on the surface. Remove the film with water on a cloth or a gentle all purpose cleaner. Removing the film will save you (or us) time later as you won't have to go over and over it to remove layers of film.

https://www.cdc.gov/flu/school/cleaning.htm

Happy Cleaning!

P.S. we do not use Fantastik in our eco-friendly home cleaning, we use 70% isopropyl alcohol.