Chemical Cleaning vs. Mechanical Cleaning (Physical Cleaning Protection)

Chemical Cleaning vs. Mechanical Cleaning (Physical Cleaning Protection)

With the continuous fight of the world against the COVID-19 virus, there is also a noticeable increase in the number of products used for disinfection. The World Health Organization (WHO) and other governing bodies never fail to remind the public of the importance of handwashing and constant disinfection. The WHO even said that,

“Disinfection practices are important to reduce the potential for COVID-19 virus contamination in non-healthcare settings, such as in the home, office, schools, gyms, publicly accessible buildings, faith-based community centers, markets, transportation and business settings or restaurants. High-touch surfaces in these non-health care settings should be identified for priority disinfection.”

Now the question is, are the products used for cleansing and disinfecting truly safe? Which one is safer – chemical cleaning or mechanical cleaning? Let’s try to find the answers through this article.

Chemical vs. Mechanical Cleaning Approaches

For those who are still unaware, there are actually a couple of cleaning and disinfecting approaches that you can use to fight the virus that has been bugging the world right now – chemical cleaning and mechanical cleaning. The good news is that these approaches work not only against COVID-19 but also in fighting other viruses, germs, and bacteria.

An Overview of the Chemical Cleaning Approach

Chemical cleaning is the cleaning and disinfection process, which involves the use of toxic cleaning products. One example of the toxic cleaning products used here is bleach, which works in destroying bacteria and viruses. This process is proven effective in killing the virus and bacteria.

The problem is that once the chemicals integrated into the product evaporate, its effects will be gone. This means that once viruses and bacteria touch the surface again, there is a chance for reinfection. Another fact about the chemical cleaning approach is that it is kind of harsh in the sense that it can harm tables as well as other surfaces it comes in contact with.

There are even instances when you will be required to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) whenever you use them for cleaning. Chemical cleaning also involves the use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers. While these sanitizers work great in killing the virus, they also contain chemicals that may damage the skin and cause excessive dryness.

With that said, you also have to make sure that you are completely aware of all the potential health hazards that the toxic chemicals in these cleaners entail. This will surely prepare you every time you need to use the chemical cleaners, thereby keeping yourself and your loved ones safe.

An Overview of the Mechanical Cleaning Approach

The mechanical cleaning approach is a cleaning and disinfecting process, which is truly different from the chemical-based ones. When we talk about mechanical cleaning, it usually involves the use of a product, one that can effectively disinfect a specific surface or area, to coat a specific surface with a physical protective barrier.

With this barrier in place, all forms of virus and bacteria, particularly those that cause COVID can’t penetrate on the surface. A good and effective mechanical killing system works by coating a surface, thereby preventing harsh and harmful bacteria, viruses, and microbes from thriving there.

Once the bacteria or virus touch the surface where the product is applied, it will kill it by spiking on the surface physically. The fact that it does not use harsh and toxic chemicals plus its ability to last long makes it better than using chemical-based cleaners.

The It’s Nanoed Technology Solution

If you are looking for a safer approach for cleaning and disinfecting and protecting yourself and your loved ones from the COVID-19, then you may want to go for the mechanical killing approach. A great solution, in this case, would be the It’s Nanoed Technology. This solution offers an immediate mechanical kill to all the viruses and microbes that are existing wherever you are.

The good news is that it performs such a function without using toxic materials. This technology is also fantastic considering the fact that it has at least 99.9% effectivity rate when it comes to killing and fighting microbes and viruses. It is generally safe as it contains only natural and organic ingredients and devoid of any harsh and toxic chemical.

As a matter of fact, the FDA already considers the It’s Nanoed technology as a safe and effective innovation when it comes to getting rid of pathogens. What is even better about the It’s Nanoed Technology is that it lasts for up to thirty days.

Apart from the mechanical kill provided by the It’s Nanoed technology, it also has a line of highly effective and safe 8 Hour Hand Sanitizer+. What is great about this hand sanitizer is that it is alcohol-free, making it a lot safer. It works by coating your hands for up to eight hours, thereby preventing the virus from getting to you. This hand sanitizer functions by giving your hands billions of nano and physical spikes capable of electrocuting and killing the virus.

Conclusion

The COVID-19 pandemic is currently very stressful for the entire world, but you can have the peace of mind you want by implementing the safest and the correct hand cleansing and disinfection routines. If possible, go for the mechanical cleansing approach, instead of the chemical one.

In that case, use the It’s Nanoed 30 Day Barrier Protection together with its 8 Hour Hand Sanitizer+. It performs a mechanical kill for all the viruses and chemicals that are threatening you right now without exposing you to harsh and toxic chemicals, alcohol, and ingredients. What’s more? It is gentle and safe for kids and even when pets are around.