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Hard, Non-Porous Surfaces What are they?

Hard surfaces are a combination of porous and nonporous materials.

 

Hard non-porous surfaces are rigid surfaces and are without pores. These types of materials are impervious to water, and generally easier to wipe clean compared to porous materials.

 

Common hard non-porous surface materials are stainless steel, chrome, metal, and a wide variety of tile and ridged plastic materials.

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List of Hard, Non-Porous Surfaces:

 

* Acrylic

* Glazed Ceramic Tile

* Chrome

* Corian

* Fiberglass Sealed Surfaces

* Finished and/or Painted Wood

* Formica

* Glass

* Glazed Porcelain

* Glazed Tile

* Laminated Surfaces

* Linoleum

 

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Continued:

* Metal

* Painted Wallboard

* Plastic

* Plexiglass

* Rubber

* Sealed Granite

* Sealed Limestone

* Sealed Grout

* Sealed Hardwood (Floors)

* Sealed Slate

* Sealed Stone

* Sealed wood

* Stainless Steel

* Sealed Stone

* Sealed Terra Cotta

* Sealed Terrazo

* Vinyl

* Wood Laminate

Disinfecting hard, non-porous surfaces can save lives.

By now, we all know what COVID-19 is, and how harmful and life threatening this respiratory virus is. 

 

We've learned how to reduce our risk of infection and exposure to COVID-19 by not only wearing masks and staying at least six feet away from others, but how disinfecting, sanitizing and cleaning common area surfaces are just as important.

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Everyone has a role in making sure our communities are as safe as possible and if cleaning and disinfecting helps reduce the risk of infection, we all need to step up and spray!

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The virus that causes COVID-19 can be killed if you use the right products. The EPA has compiled a list (List N) of disinfectant products that can be used against COVID-19. Each of these products are effective against viruses that are harder to kill than viruses like the one that causes COVID-19. 

 

ArmiClenz™ Disinfectant is on the EPA Registered List N and is Effective Against COVID-19*

 

* when used according to the label directions.

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