What is rotational cleaning?
Why do I need to clean my cleanroom, it is already clean? What is rotational cleaning and do I really need to go that far? Why are there so many chemicals and how do they all work? What chemicals should I use? As a Business Development Coordinator for a cleanroom consumables provider, I get asked questions like this every day.
To answer these questions I have asked for advice from experts, consulted the wealth of information there is available into micro-organism resistance and disinfectant mode of action, and read about the standards of cleanliness required to keep a cleanroom up to specification. The article that follows, are the conclusions I have come to.
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