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Will my MRSA sanitizer work for H1N1 Influenza?

We frequently get questions about how interchangeable “hand sanitizers” and “surface sanitizers” are for specific kill claims. In short – they are different!

H1N1 is an influenza virus

The current strain of Influenza A – designated H1N1 is a virus which is VERY different from bacteria. So when searching for a H1N1 hand sanitizer make sure that it is designated as effective for Influenza A virus.

MRSA is a bacteria

Typically we discuss Bacterial MRSA on MRSA today, so you may already be familiar with the many MRSA Disinfectant Products that we have covered. In the next several weeks we will be introducing more detailed reviews of these products to help you keep safe!