Health and hygiene in the kitchen with sanitizers – Not only clean but germ free
Sanitizing your hands before cooking is essential to avoid food poisoning and other dangerous diseases spread by these germs. The microbes can easily spread from one surface to another and surface to human. You may never know when you get infected. To avoid the unpleasant repercussions of careless hygiene practices, it is best that you follow a hygiene routine that gives maximum protection.
From where does the contamination happen in a kitchen?
When an infected person handles food, several bacteria, viruses that cause flu and food-borne illnesses could easily spread. It is even possible, if a person infected with hepatitis A, noroviruses, or the bacteria staphylococcus and streptococcus to pass these illnesses on to others by handling food.
Raw meats, poultry, and fish.
Uncooked or undercooked meat can carry E coli that causes hemolytic uremic syndrome. It is very often fatal and hits children worse. Nevertheless, adults are equally at high risk. This is an often-deadly disease that strikes mostly children. Older adults are also at high risk.
Bacteria like shigella, salmonella, and campylobacter causes of diarrhea, cramping, and high temperatures. These are mostly found in poultry like chicken and turkey. It is also highly likely to be contaminated with toxoplasmosis which is highly dangerous to both pregnant women and unborn babies when infected. Hepatits A virus is found in seafood like oysters, clams, and shellfish.
Unpasteurized cheese may be contaminated with bacteria that could even cause miscarriage or damage to a developing baby during pregnancy. There will be parasites in fruits and vegetables depending on where they are grown and processed. Infectionsfrom the kitchen could be caused by foods, pets, or other environmental sources.
Kitchen items like can openers, cutting boards, countertops, grocery bags, dishrags, towels, sponges, scrubbers and garbage disposals, refrigerators and appliances like food processors, blenders, and eggbeaters are also to be considered. Cleaning alone will not be enough to keep you healthy. Ensure to sanitize all the high risk areas in the kitchen to keep your home spotless and safe.
Surface Sanitizer Wipes
Keep infections at bay ‘on-the-go’ with Smartsan Surface Sanitizer Wipes from any surface. So its enriched formula and IPA base leaves any surface not only 99.9%* germ-free but with a subtle fresh fragrance. And it also cleans dirt and stains.
Smartsan Surface Sanitizer Wipes leaves the surface sanitized and germs free for extended hours. And Smartsan Surface Sanitizer Wipes is convenient to carry and can be accommodated in your pocket, bag or purse for convenience. So with 150×150 mm non-woven fabric conveniently folded and machine sprayed for even wetness and handy design it ensures you are protected instantly and constantly against deadly germs and viruses.
- Kills 99.9%* germs
- Effective on all surfaces
- Removes dirt and stains
- Easy to tear sachet
- Travel friendly
- Superior formulation
- Superior non-woven fabric
- Single wipe per sachet
50 ML and 100 ML Surface Sanitizer Spray
Keep germs at bay ‘on-the-go’ on any surface with 50 ML and 100 ML Spray pack of Smartsan Surface Sanitizer. Because, its enriched formula and IPA base leaves any surface not only 99.9%* germ-free with a subtle fresh fragrance, also cleans dirt and stains. Smartsan Surface Sanitizer leaves the surface sanitized and germs free for extended hours. So Smartsan Surface Sanitizer is convenient to carry and can be accommodated in your pocket, bag or purse for convenience. Because it has unique leak proof packing along with world class IPA based formulation. This ensures protection against deadly germs and viruses
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between cleaning liquid and surface sanitizer?
Cleaning liquid focuses on dirt and grime while surface sanitizers concentrate on killing germs off the surface.
Can surface sanitizers be used directly on greasy surfaces?
The sanitizers do not remove greasy dirt from surfaces. Use soap to cleanse the area and later spray surface sanitizers to complete the process by killing off the germs on visibly clean looking surfaces.