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Cleaning and disinfecting in 1918…a formaldehyde fumigator?
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In the mid-1900s, during the Spanish Flu pandemic, and automobile factory was one of the cleanest in the world. Every 24 hours items that were touched were sterilized, even coat racks were disinfected. Rubbish was cleaned 12 times a day and thousands of janitors did nothing else but clean. Sound familiar? It has been said history repeats itself … similar to today’s COVID-19 cleaning practices? Luckily, we have the help in the form of modern cleaning supplies and disinfectants that they could not have had like modern antibacterial soap, non-touch urinals and cartridges and new urinal disinfectants. One lesson learned...
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