Sporicidal Study

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13th November 2012

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A newly published paper (Doan, 2012 – Clinical and cost effectiveness of 8 disinfection methods) has shown that Clinell Sporicidal Wipes are proven to be more effective at reducing spore counts than chlorine releasing agents. Doan acknowledges the deficiencies of Chlorine and in particular the likelihood of non compliance. Sporicidal wipes were easy to use and the fastest effective product trialled: 27% quicker than chlorine.

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