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Frequency of Decon7 Disinfection Products Usage

As businesses and schools begin to reopen in the valley, it is critical to prepare for customers and students to return to a safe environment by taking appropriate actions, such as cleaning and disinfecting using disinfection products, like Decon Seven. These practices should be ongoing to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

Cleaning refers to the removal of germs and other pollutants using soap and water. Disinfecting requires EPA-registered disinfectants to kill bacteria on frequently touched surfaces (the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)). For optimum results, you should always clean first and then disinfect, following the product’s directions to ensure correct application frequency and contact time.

Examples of hard, non-porous materials that should be cleaned and disinfected with Decon7 after reopening, according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) include:

  • Touch screens
  • Phones and tablets
  • Computer components
  • Tables, desks, and chairs
  • Doorknobs and light switches
  • Kitchen countertops, sinks, faucets, and hardware
  • Bathroom countertops, sinks, faucets, and hardware

Disinfection Products Application


Valley businesses must remain conscious of the health and safety of their clientele and staff by adopting mitigation strategies such as requiring people to social distance, wear masks, and regularly hand wash. High-touch surfaces and objects must often be cleaned and disinfected, with the frequency determined by the client base and level of use. Venues in which a positive case has been identified will require continual applications.

It is recommended that D7 be applied repeatedly. Fogging should occur each evening when there is little to no occupancy, and high-touch surfaces should be disinfected every few hours. Liberally apply disinfectant to a microfiber cloth to wipe-down the latter. In high use/risk facilities, such as medical offices and grocery stores, more frequent applications of D7 are required. You can purchase everything you need from TACT Clean.

Contact Time

All disinfection products have what is known as contact time. Contact time describes how and for how long a product must sit on a surface to ensure that it kills all bacteria, viruses, and other harmful microorganisms. TACT Clean can train you on correct usage, application frequency, and contact times to ensure product efficacy for your specific facility during the coronavirus pandemic. Contact us today at (480) 335-6393 for more information.

Experience the TACT Clean Difference

To help reduce the spread of COVID-19, TACT Clean offers decontamination and disinfection products, including Decon7 and specialized equipment for residential and commercial applications. D7 is available in various units of volume ranging from four to 520-gallons. We also supply foggers, air compressors, and electric mixing stations. We can train you on their correct usage as well.

Decon7 is a powerful EPA-registered multi-use disinfectant that is practical for a wide range of public and private facilities. It can be used in residential homes, medical facilities, office buildings, industrial spaces, food production plants and restaurants, and school classrooms and common areas. Please contact us at (480) 335-6393 to purchase the necessary disinfectants and equipment to ensure a safe environment.

“5 Considerations for Coronavirus Disinfection in Public Spaces.” Decon7.
“Disinfecting Your Facility.” The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 
“Frequency of Application of the D7 Disinfectant for SARS-CoV-2.” Decon7.
“Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfecting.” The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

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