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Clinical detergent wet wipes spread hospital 'superbugs'


Detergent wipes are perfectly adequate substitute for soap and water for cleaning surfaces but they do need to be used correctly and for single use not multiple surfaces. They are also only a first line of cleaning. In high risk areas such as a room where a patient has been nursed with C Diff should also be disinfected as well as cleaned.

Posted date

15 June, 2015

Posted time

1:19 pm