What Should You Use To Clean Your Laser Safety Curtains?

27 September 2012

Laser safety curtains Over the last several weeks, more than a few hospitals and medical centers have asked the question:

What should I use to clean my laser safety curtains?

After talking with our manufacturer and several industrial laser safety customers, here some recommendations on how to clean your curtains in a hospital or any medical setting.

-Lite soap and water maybe used.

-Windex or a multipurpose cleaner

-3M’s HB Quat Disinfectant Cleaner

 

Lite Soap and water is ok for starters, but using the 3M cleaner is a disinfectant.  Below are several statements from 3M’s website about the product.

  • 3M’s HB Quat Disinfectant Cleaner is proven in killing the highly infectious hepatitis B virus (HBV), which is the leading cause of cirrhosis and cancer of the liver, the world’s ninth largest killer. It’s an ideal cleaning disinfectant for non-critical items, including environmental surfaces and patient care items. Not only does it comply with the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen standard, but this disinfectant cleaner also helps you simplify and standardize your disinfection protocol – all while helping to improve overall safety of employees and customers/patients.

I know there are additional cleaning agents used on the market, but this will give the Hospital Laser Safety Officer or manager a very good idea of what may be used.  You are welcome to contact us regarding what cleaning agent you are using today, and we will be happy to address if it is appropriate to clean your laser safety curtains.

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