PathoSans Cleaning Tips
When using Pathonex™ or any disinfectant, always use in accordance with the EPA registered label.
Usage Tips: Where and how to use Pathopure™ and Pathonex™
Common Living Spaces
- Clean high touch areas, such as doorknobs, handles and counters to keep free of dirt and grime. Follow up with a disinfectant to keep surfaces free from harmful germs.
- Trash cans and diaper pails can develop odors over time. Clean these surfaces by wiping them down with a cleaner and then wipe them down with a disinfectant to remove odors. Maintain odor control by spraying pails with disinfectant regularly.
- Wipe down frequently used electronic equipment, such as remotes and game controllers with a cleaner to eliminate grime that can affect the equipment functionality. Follow with a disinfectant to eliminate harmful bacteria. Be careful not to over saturate surfaces as this can negatively impact the functionality of electronics.
- Clean gym gear after each use to prevent greasy or sticky residue from forming. Follow up with a disinfectant to eliminate odors.
- Help maintain the freshness of fruits and vegetables by cleaning and disinfecting crispers regularly. Rinse with fresh water before returning produce. Regular cleaning and disinfecting will help mitigate harmful mold and bacteria that can spoil fruits and vegetables quickly.
- Keep kitchen surfaces clean with a daily wipe down of all countertops/stainless steel surfaces with a cleaner and disinfectant.
- Remove oils and dirt from high touch points, such as food preparation areas, with a degreaser. Follow up with a disinfectant on all hard, non-porous surfaces to kill germs. Be sure to rinse areas with tap water fit for consumption before using the surfaces for food preparation.
- Clean and disinfect bathroom surfaces, tubs and toilets daily to ensure a fresh bathroom every day.
- Blast through soap scum, grime, and other body oils with a degreaser to leave surfaces spotless. Be sure to follow up with a disinfectant on all hard, non-porous surfaces to kill germs.
- Prevent calcium build up and water spots on shower heads, faucets, and mirrored surfaces by wiping them down with a cleaner daily.
Children Spaces / Toys
- Children’s bath toys can have nooks and crannies that are difficult to clean. If left unattended, mold and mildew can occur. Clean and sanitize toys by soaking them in a cleaner. Then visibly wet surfaces with a disinfectant and allow them to air dry. Be sure to rinse with tap water fit for consumption after disinfecting before returning toys to play areas.
- Use a cleaner to clean and wipe down dirty baby gear, toys and sippy cups to eliminate dirt and grime. Follow this process with a disinfectant to eliminate harmful bacteria. Rinse with tap water fit for consumption after disinfecting before returning toys to play areas.
- Remove pet accidents and stains from floors and upholstery by spraying affected areas with a cleaner. Then saturate areas of concern with a disinfectant and blot dry with a dry rag or towel, or use a wet-vac.
- Soaking aquarium plants and gravel with cleaner and then use a disinfectant. Be sure to rinse equipment with fresh water before returning fish to the aquarium. Don’t forget to clean, disinfect and rinse the glass in the tank as well.
- Use a cleaner, followed by a disinfectant on outdoor equipment midseason and before storing to remove dirt, mold, and mildew.
- Clean and disinfect camping gear before and after use.
- Clean car windows, seats, and rugs in vehicles regularly to remove dirt and grime. Disinfect to remove germs and odors.
- Remove grime and stains on concrete by saturating target areas with a cleaner, let sit for 5 minutes and finish using a scrub brush or power washer.
- Wipe down keyboards and mice with cleaner to avoid grime build up and ensure that equipment maintains functionality. Be careful not to over saturate equipment. Follow with disinfectant to eliminate harmful bacteria.
When cleaning with solutions that contain no additives, you can clean and disinfect as often as necessary without endangering human health or damaging surfaces.