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The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened the need for sound disinfection processes across almost all facilities. Now, more than ever, ensuring a clean facility is critical to remaining open as we continue to weather this pandemic together.
3M is playing a critical role in the global response to the pandemic and is dedicated to helping facility management teams navigate the complexities of a COVID-19 world by providing the tools, products, and training to do so effectively. This includes offering efficient and effective disinfectants. As part of your disinfection plan, high-touch surfaces should be cleaned and disinfected regularly to help lower the risk of spreading infection.
The U.S. EPA* has accepted test data for the 3M™ Quat Disinfectant Cleaner Concentrate (#5), 3M™ Non-Acid Disinfectant Bathroom Cleaner Concentrate (#15), 3M™ Neutral Quat Disinfectant Cleaner Concentrate (#23), 3M™ Disinfectant RCT Cleaner Concentrate (#40), 3M™ MBS Disinfectant Cleaner Fresh Scent Concentrate (#41), 3M™ MBS Disinfectant Cleaner Concentrate (#42), 3M™ TB Quat Disinfectant Ready-To-Use Cleaner, and 3M™ C. Diff Solution Tablets registrations for the adoption of a SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, efficacy claim to their product labels.
These registrations are part of the EPA’s efforts to provide the public with information on how to effectively protect against the novel coronavirus on surfaces. Using EPA-registered disinfectants is an important tool for reducing the risk of exposure
EPA registrations reflect 3M’s commitment to developing innovative cleaning and disinfecting solutions that meet the needs of customers. Even with EPA registration, 3M emphasizes that proper product use is critical to the effective use of any disinfectant. When using any disinfectant, customers are instructed to follow label directions, including dwell time, for effective use.
For additional information about 3M disinfectants and keeping your facility clean during the pandemic, visit 3m.com/disinfection.