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Disinfectants aim to reduce the germ load and thus lower the risk of infection. Depending on the intended use, there are different products with a proven spectrum of effectiveness (against different germs). 

What is the difference between cleaning and disinfecting? The main purpose of cleaning is to remove visible dirt. Disinfection has the additional or primary goal of killing or fighting (inactivating) possible germs in order to reduce the risk of infection. 

Disinfectants are used to reduce the germ load of bacteria, fungi or viruses. The product label states against which microorganisms the respective agent is effective. 


The following properties are distinguished:

bactericidal: effective against bacteria
fungicide: effective against fungi
limited virucidal: effective against enveloped viruses (e.g. HIV, hepatitis C viruses, hepatitis B viruses)
virucidal: effective against all viruses, i.e. enveloped and non-enveloped viruses (e.g. Noro viruses)

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Disinfectants aim to reduce the germ load and thus lower the risk of infection. Depending on the intended use, there are different products with a proven spectrum of effectiveness (against different germs). 

What is the difference between cleaning and disinfecting? The main purpose of cleaning is to remove visible dirt. Disinfection has the additional or primary goal of killing or fighting (inactivating) possible germs in order to reduce the risk of infection. 

Disinfectants are used to reduce the germ load of bacteria, fungi or viruses. The product label states against which microorganisms the respective agent is effective. 


The following properties are distinguished:

bactericidal: effective against bacteria
fungicide: effective against fungi
limited virucidal: effective against enveloped viruses (e.g. HIV, hepatitis C viruses, hepatitis B viruses)
virucidal: effective against all viruses, i.e. enveloped and non-enveloped viruses (e.g. Noro viruses)

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