The Life of a Respiratory Droplet

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This article was originally shared on ISSA on June 13, 2022.  

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has traditionally held that floors—in most situations—are “non-critical” surfaces when it comes to stopping the spread of infection.  As a carpet cleaning company owner, it’s obvious that this is far from the truth. To learn how respiratory droplets can harm your customers and how to mitigate the health risks related to them, check out the full article The Life of a Respiratory Droplet on ISSA today!  

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To learn more about carpet cleaning, respiratory droplet patterns, and the health risks that are associated with improper cleaning processes, be sure to check out Cleanfax’s article The Impact of Floors on Indoor Air Quality and Health as well. This feature article from the May/June Issue of Cleanfax explains exactly why proper floor cleaning is essential to preserve the health and safety of the masses. 

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