Creating safe, healthy, and clean workplaces for employees is always a major priority. And this priority comes into focus even more during flu season in the fall and winter. This is why we at Unisan offer commercial disinfectants that include cleaners and disinfectants.
Our cleaners are products that effectively remove impurities, dirt, and germs from objects and surfaces. You can find a variety of detergent mixes among our multi-surface cleaners for everyday cleaning jobs.
Unlike cleaners, disinfectants like our bleach products kill germs on objects and surfaces that need a deeper clean. When you use both cleaners and disinfectants as directed, they can help to prevent diseases, infection, and grime throughout your facility.
At Unisan, we are proud to be a family-owned business that has been operating in Los Angeles since 1993. We had our start when our CEO Ron Markham’s father, a mechanic, purchased a large number of hand cleaners and then decided to distribute hand cleaners himself. The business grew, and today, we deliver a large selection of commercial disinfectants to customers in SoCal with our delivery trucks, as well as all over the United States through partners across North America.
We serve a number of commercial facilities, ranging from those in hospitality to those in food processing, to stay clean. And we are honored to help you to do the same with our disinfectants. Get in touch with the pros at Unisan today to find the perfect cleaning products for your facility.
Disinfectants that have been proven to be extremely effective against bacteria include Clorox, Lysol Antibacterial All-Purpose Cleaner, and Lysol Disinfectant Spray. These cleaners work well for destroying bacteria such as Salmonella and Staphylococcus aureus, as well as other germs.
Disinfectants are chemical compounds used to stop microbial growth that can cause infectious diseases, such as colds, influenza, and COVID-19. You can apply these to inorganic objects and surfaces, rendering them sterile.
Antiseptics are also chemical compounds used to prevent or kill harmful microorganisms that can cause diseases and infections. However, unlike disinfectants, antiseptics are placed on cuts, wounds, and broken skin to keep infections at bay. For instance, doctors use antiseptics prior to performing surgery.
No. Natural products, like baking soda and vinegar, are not as effective as commercial products are. Acidic vinegar, like white vinegar, does have antimicrobial properties and can therefore decrease bacterial growth, but commercial products generally perform far better.
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