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How Many Office Germs Are Sitting on Your Hands?

You might have noticed in our Sanondaf TV Ad that one of the main culprits of spreading harmful viruses in bacteria is actually in the office, and with the colder months starting to creep in, you will probably all already know that this is time when everyone is catching a cold, or even worse, the flu!

While you may be reading this from your office desk right now and are thinking that it looks pretty clean, this could not be further from the truth as most office desks are covered with invisible bacteria that your average store-bought cleaning product will not be enough to get rid of.

Did you know that the 6 dirtiest places in your office are the bathroom sink handles, microwave door handle, keyboards, refrigerator door handles, water fountain buttons and vending machine buttons? Desk phones and the computer mouse were also close runners-up in the list.

It’s a scary thought that one in four of your office workers will not wash their hands after they use the bathroom and after you go to the bathroom you’ll have a staggering 200 million germs and bacteria per square inch on each hand! This means that any hands contaminated with live viruses can then transfer them to 5 more surfaces or 14 other people. However, while half of all harmful bacteria can be reduced by washing your hands effectively and good hand hygiene, that other half needs a chemical disinfectant product like Sanondaf to do the job.

Workforces are far more productive when in good health, and the best way to combat illness this winter is by using our disinfectant products. If you need some help disinfecting surfaces in the office, then why not give Sanondaf a call as we know exactly how to get rid of germs in the office and workplace. Call us on 01236 702 028, or email [email protected] for more information.

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