What are bacteria
How does harmful bacteria spread
- Person-to-person contact e.g. shaking hands
- If someone is unwell they could spread bacteria through the tiny of droplets of fluid which are released when they cough or sneeze
- Certain bacteria can survive on items and surfaces for a number of hours – touching these surfaces will help harmful bacteria to spread
What does InvisaClean mean
Harmful bacteria are always lurking
Protect your business with OneSpray InvisaClean
Bacteria thrive at cross contamination from one zone to another and can survive hours if left unchecked.
Food and Health Safety is one of the largest challenges facing the hospitality industry. It extends from the kitchen into the restaurant and beyond.
Illnesses can be life threatening or at the least harmful and distressing, not to mention the legal, financial and reputational cost.
Bacteria thrive where you least expect them.
People have the reasonable expectation that their shared areas are clean beyond the invisible. Leisure and exercise areas have significant traffic and hard surfaces that bacteria can leverage and spread.
This includes the locker room too, it all needs to be cleaned and protected.
You know where your hands have been but can you be sure of others?
Everyone has to play their part in ensuring that the appropriate steps are taken to keep screens, pads, and handrails clean and safe.
We share so many surfaces with strangers daily. You can’t cut corners!
Best for Baby
There are times when having eyes in the back of your head really would be a huge advantage! Until then little hands will keep on exploring, learning and chewing as soon as your back is turned.
Get one step ahead of the game and clean and protect with a spray that’s safe, effective and easy to use.
Showing respect and care for others is both a service and privilege.
Having a powerful antibacterial spray in your armoury is essential, it brings reassurance and protection to you, colleagues and patients.
It gives you the confidence that frees you to concentrate on delivering the high levels of care and healing that you’ve been trained to deliver.