New CDC Guidance April 2021

The CDC has released new guidance regarding the use of disinfectants for surface cleaning. Here is our take on how that may impact your cleaning operation. 

Resources and Literature:

CDC Re-opening Guidelines

CDC Re-opening America cleaning disinfection decision tool

CDC Reopening America Guidance

Guidance for cleaning and disinfecting public spaces


Highly touched objects

AICS Pandemic Response Plan

15-Page influenza pandemic response plan

BMC – HTO Airport Study

Deposition of respiratory virus pathogens
on frequently touched surfaces at airports

BMC Infectious Diseases

How long do nosocomial pathogens
persist on inanimate surfaces?

CDC Resource Limited Healthcare Cleaning Guidelines

Best practices for environmental cleaning
in healthcare facilities: in resource-limited settings

CDC K – 12 Recommendations

Fall 2020
Preparing a Safe Return to School

Coronavirus Inanimate Objects 2020

Persistence of coronaviruses on inanimate surfaces
and their inactivation with biocidal agents

EPA’s Registered Antimicrobial Products COVID-19

EPA’s registered antimicrobial products for use against
Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19

Glove Shortage Article

Understanding the realities of today’s
disposable glove marketplace

Healthcare HTO Worker Training

Improving hospital staff compliance with
environmental cleaning behavior

Kids Kutol – How to Sanitize

Step by step sanitation guide
for kids

Kids Kutol – How to Wash

Step by step hand washing guide
for kids

Kutol – How to Wash Hands

Wash hands sign
by Kutol

Kutol – How to Sanitize

Sanitize sign
by Kutol


Sequence for putting on
personal protective equipment (PPE)

SSS Renegade

EPA Approved for SARS-CoV-2

Victory Electrostatic Sprayer – SOP

Periodic locker room

Visitor Screening Checklist

Visitor screening checklist
available for print