Collection: Surface Sanitation

Maintaining a clean and sanitized environment is crucial in a spa and resort setting to ensure the health and safety of clients and staff. Here are some surface sanitation products we recommend:

Disinfectant Sprays/Wipes: Disinfectant sprays or wipes are effective for sanitizing various surfaces in a spa, including countertops, treatment tables, chairs, and equipment. Look for disinfectant products that are registered with relevant regulatory agencies and specifically designed for use in spa or salon settings. Ensure they have broad-spectrum effectiveness against bacteria, viruses, and fungi.

Surface Disinfectant Solutions: Liquid disinfectant solutions are ideal for larger surfaces or areas that require frequent sanitization. They can be used to prepare disinfectant solutions for mopping floors, wiping down walls and furniture, or disinfecting larger equipment. Dilute the disinfectant solution according to the manufacturer's instructions to ensure proper effectiveness.

Alcohol-based Sprays or Wipes: Alcohol-based sprays or wipes are useful for quickly disinfecting and sanitizing surfaces. They are particularly effective against bacteria and some viruses. Look for products with a high concentration of alcohol (60-70%) for optimal effectiveness. However, be sure to check compatibility with different types of surfaces and materials to avoid damage or discoloration.

UV-C Light Sanitizers: UV-C light sanitizers are portable devices that emit ultraviolet light to kill germs and bacteria on various surfaces. They can be used to sanitize smaller items such as brushes, combs, and skincare tools. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for proper usage, as exposure to UV-C light can be harmful to the eyes and skin.

Peroxide-based Cleaners: Peroxide-based cleaners are effective disinfectants that can kill a wide range of pathogens on surfaces. They are generally less toxic than harsh chemical cleaners and can be a good option for spa environments. Make sure to read and follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer for proper usage and dilution ratios.

Remember to always follow the recommended contact time for the product you are using to ensure proper sanitization. It's also important to regularly clean surfaces before applying disinfectants to remove any visible dirt or debris. Following proper cleaning and disinfection protocols will help maintain a clean and safe spa environment.