Touch Surfaces

Commonly Touched Surfaces Breed Germs. 

Stair rails, vending machine buttons, shopping cart handles, sink knobs and other “touch surfaces” are all part of our daily lives – but almost never “top of mind” for the transfer of germs. Still, they can host a culture of viruses and bacteria including H1N1, MRSA, HIV and more.

Just touch a germ-contaminated surface, then touch your eyes, nose or mouth and an unpleasant cold, flu or infection develops within a few days.

The best defense is to disinfect the touch surfaces on a daily basis. Through our JaniMed system we accomplish this for our clients.

 


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