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Posted 10 February 2011 - 01:31 PM


Today I have gone through the article published in CMM Magazine. The topic is about Cleaning Chemicals basics - a clear descriptions of cleaning chemicals to do a better planning before buying. I thought of sharing with you.


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Posted 14 February 2011 - 11:21 PM

Dear Anish thanks for sharing :)

I would like to suggest Marriott's book as a source about cleaners and sanitizers.
This article IMO might be a bit confusing. Like saying about "disinfectant chemicals": chlorine bleach is a good disinfectant but poor cleaner;or quats are good sanitizers-cleaners.
In food industry, AFAIK, we have a cleaning step and a disinfection step. We have a cleaner and a disinfectant. Even if a cleaner is able to disinfect a bit, we still need a separate disinfection step with an effective disinfectant (for clean surface)
If quats are good "cleaners-disinfectants" that doesn't mean that we can only clean with them and drop a final disinfection step..
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p.s ok, maybe they talk about a cleaning effect during disinfection step? Posted Image

Edited by Inesa, 14 February 2011 - 11:28 PM.

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