What is rotational cleaning?
Rotational cleaning is the practise of using more than one disinfecting agent in your cleaning regime to maximise the kill spectrum of viable contamination within a cleanroom.
EU GMP Annex 1 states that more than one type of disinfecting agent with different modes of action should be used for maximum effectiveness against bacteria and fungi. The periodic use of a sporicidal agent is also endorsed.
A back up cleaning agent may be required in case of a build-up in resistance to other agents.
Microbial monitoring will detect any change to the room that may occur due to resistance to cleaning agent.
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