Cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting have been top of mind for club owners as the world plans for reopening after coronavirus-related closures. As you prepare your gym to open its doors again, it is important to communicate to your members exactly what steps you’ve taken and how you plan to keep them and your staff safe.
You may say that you are sanitizing, disinfecting, or deep cleaning your facility. But what does that really mean? Did you know there is a difference between each of those terms? There are also methods of cleaning that—although they have been around for some time—have up until now been heard less frequently and vary in their approach and impact. Fogging, misting, and electrostatic spraying are just a few of the ways you can get the job done. But, which is best for your club?
Check out the glossary of cleaning terms we’ve gathered from health authorities, such as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, to make sure you are using the correct vocabulary when communicating your strategy, and to discover ways you can sufficiently mitigate the risk of harmful diseases.