The levels of clean
In a restaurant, there are at least three levels of cleaning: cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting and deep-cleaning. At the lowest level, cleaning means clearing dirt, trash, and debris from surfaces with a cloth. This makes the room and serving area look tidy and inviting, but it may not be enough to protect your guests. When done correctly, sanitizing kills 99% of bacteria, fungi, and some microbes. Sanitizing solutions must be mixed at the proper concentration and must be left on a surface for at least 60 seconds preferably more (but be aware of toxic chemicals). If you wipe down a table, menu, or serving counter with sanitizer and immediately dry it, you won’t get the full effect- you have to leave it there for minutes depending on the solution and dilution. Make sure your sanitizer does not cause corrosion. The highest level is sterility or close to ii is a good target. Some types of steam from rapid steam generators at high temperatures can get you there. But be careful not to burn anything. It is highly recommended that you work with a microbiologist if you wish these levels of cleaning. Be aware that sanitizers can cause damage. People use cloth or towels made of organic materials such as cotton or paper pulp. These materials break down sanitizer and will, over time, cause the solution to be ineffective. Rental Cars should be properly steamed with MightySteam for adequate residence.
High temperature steam like those obtained from SaniZap® act within a second to few seconds.
Use the cleanest possible methods for good hygiene. Routine cleaning and disinfecting are an important part of reducing the risk of exposure to COVID-19. Normal routine cleaning with soap and water alone can reduce risk of exposure and is a necessary step before you disinfect dirty surfaces.
Surfaces frequently touched by multiple people, such as door handles, desks, phones, light switches, and faucets, should be cleaned and disinfected at least daily. More frequent cleaning and disinfection may be required based on level of use. Source https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/reopen-guidance.html#. For more information on Restaurants https://www.nrn.com/operations/how-should-restaurants-clean-coronavirus-cases.
One problem of using some type of sugar based chemicals are that it attracts not only microbes but also small creatures (bed bugs and ants). High temperature steam like the MightySteam® works on both microbes and bugs.