It is important to not only look at efficacy of disinfectants, cleaners, and antimicrobials, but also to understand the application and usage process, the product's safety, its effect (if any) on occupants of the home or building you're cleaning, the safety of the product, and so on.
Earlier this year, as organizations began to grapple with the scale and scope of the COVID-19 crisis, cleaning and restoration work began ramping up in some critical, highly trafficked facilities in an effort to stem the spread of the virus.
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Testing for EPA registration of disinfectants and antimicrobials is conducted following a strict protocol. But such testing does not mimic the way that such chemicals are used for the remediation of water losses, mold, etc.