Keep your business compliant & hygienically clean 0
Cleaning & Sanitising are not the same thing.
Chemicals – what is the difference?
• Detergents – soap in a liquid form that attracts and washes away grease, dirt and debris from the surface. Detergents do not kill bacteria.
• Sanitisers – chemicals that are used after detergents. Sanitisers will kill and reduce the number of bacteria and spores.
• Disinfectants – common household cleaning products that are suitable for toilets and floors but not on food contact surfaces. They must not be used as sanitisers.
Cleaning is the process of using detergent and water to remove visible dust, grease, dirt, stains and odours from all surfaces, fixtures (i.e. benches and