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What is the difference between cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting?

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

The pandemic brings its share of concerns and questions about the level of cleanliness and salubrity of the spaces we share with others.

How can I ensure that my work environment is not only clean but also safe? That everything at home is healthy to prevent the spread?

What is the difference between cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting a surface?

Here's a brief description of the difference between cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting:

Cleaning a surface consists of removing organic and mineral residues. This is called physical cleanliness.

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Sanitizing a surface consists of reducing the micro-organisms, which remain in place after cleaning, to a level that is safe for health. This procedure is used in the food industry.

Disinfecting a surface consists of destroying practically the entire population of microorganisms to avoid cross-contamination. For example on children's toys in daycare centers or on door handles in public places.

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To obtain the best performance from each product at the different stages of the process it is important to follow the usage instructions.

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How well do you keep your reusable mask in good condition?

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Here's a quick reminder of the steps to follow.

- Sterilize your face cover every day or after 4 hours of intensive use (for example, if you've been talking a lot).
- Wash it for 30 minutes at 60°C.
- Store the washed and dry face cover in a resealable plastic bag.

*Source : quebec.ca

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What is the DIN ?

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

The Drug Identification Number (DIN) is an eight-digit computer-generated number that is assigned by Health Canada before being marketed in Canada.

A DIN lists the characteristics of the product: manufacturer, product name, ingredient(s), strength of the medicinal ingredient, dosage form and route of administration.

The DIN is unique and serves as a tool for tracking and recalling products on the market, inspections and quality monitoring.

It is therefore very important before purchasing a hard surface disinfectant to verify that the DIN is listed on the product label.

If you are unsure about the product or company, you can check the product on the Health Canada website by registering the product.

https://produits-sante.canada.ca/dpd-bdpp/index-fra.jsp

To verify our certified products:

GLDI-H2O2, CONCENTRATED  (DIN 02447185)

GLDI-H202, READY TO USE   (DIN 02458497)

GLDI-501  (DIN 02456443)

BIOLAV - DISINFECTANT 166  (DIN 02319853)

ÉCOLAV - DISINFECTANT 480   (DIN 02324296)

GERMINIX-256 (S70) (DIN 02434490)

GERMINIX - DISINFECTANT – DEODORISER  (DIN 02025442)

GERMINIX-16 - DISINFECTANT – DEODORISER (DIN 02024780)

GERMINIX-20 -DISINFECTANT – DEODORISER (DIN  02024799)

Source : Health Canada

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