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Again and again, the question arises whether the contact time stated on the product has to be
observed: these contact times refer to the microbiological efficacy of a product that has been evaluated within the framework of a test method. Tests show that, at the instant of drying, the process of killing germs is nowhere near being over: moisture may be necessary for the active agents of the disinfectants to begin to fight germs, but the disinfecting effect still remains after drying.
In case of an epidemic, however, observing the contact time is required. This is also true for the surfaces that need to be final-rinsed with water, e.g. bathtubs or surfaces in kitchen areas.
This is due to the fact that spraying does not yield a comprehensive effect. Spray disinfection is advantageous, however, in case of uneven, angled and/ or hard to reach surfaces. But: If possible, wiping afterwards should take place so that the product is distributed over the entire surface.
Criteria: spraying and wiping
|angled, uneven, hard to reach surfaces||low health risk (wiping does not result in harmful aerosols that can be breathed in by the staff )|
|durability (container)||additional mechanical removal of pathogens|
Thus you obtain the maximum wiping surface for the disinfection. Furthermore, you are using a hygienic and ecological method that is also economical.