The world is full of great rivalries. In the germ-fighting game, its anti-bacterial versus anti-microbial. In fact, the terms anti-bacterial and anti-microbial are commonly interchanged, when in fact they have very different meanings!
The primary difference between anti-bacterial and anti-microbial substances is the types of microorganism they act upon. While anti-bacterial products prevent the development of bacteria, anti-microbial agents such as alcohol-based hand sanitizers prevent the spread of bacteria, fungi, and some viruses.
Then there’s green soap, which boasts a more sustainable, environmentally-friendly solution.
Which one is better? The answer is: it depends.
Let’s turn to some experts to help clarify.
Anti-Microbial and Green Soap Differences Explained
In a recent article from Contracting Profits magazine above, a panel of janitorial industry experts answer the questions we all want answers to. The article has a lot of salient points that apply to soap purchasers, facility managers, janitorial businesses and users especially in today’s health environment:
- How about the difference between foam soap as opposed to liquid - is there really a difference?
- The mildness of alcohol-based soaps and sanitizers soft on hands…and the different types
- Difference between anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and green soap
- LEED® does not allow antimicrobial soap and why.
- Is foam soap more cost-effective than gel?
Soap grows in importance daily especially in this flu season and with the threat of the growing coronavirus. Now is the time to stock up on soap no matter the type or packaging method to help be prepared for any threat.
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