Clorox Compostable Cleaning Wipes: all purpose cleaning wipes made from plant-based fibers
Woolite Carpet and Upholstery: carpet cleaner that uses natural enzymes to remove stains and odors
Boulder Clean Valencia Orange Dish Soap: dish soap that is biodegradable and made from plant-derived ingredients
JAWS Granite Cleaner & Polish: granite cleaner that is non-toxic and reusable
Bona Hard-Surface Floor Cleaner: floor cleaner that is water-based and free of harsh chemicals
#DID YOU KNOW?
When we talk about cleaning a childcare facility, it’s important to distinguish the differences among cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting. Cleaning is the process of removing visible dirt and debris, as well as some germs, from a surface. You usually use soap and water for this process, and it may leave some germs behind.
Disinfecting kills or removes more germs than cleaning does, but it doesn’t necessarily remove enough of them to make the surface or object safe. Disinfecting usually involves using a chemical like Bleach or ammonia to kill viruses. Sanitizing aims to remove most or all germs, including both viruses and bacteria, to reduce populations to a safe level.