Reducing the risk of Flu in your school

If you think about it germs love a crowd, and the more the merrier.
Schools are an ideal “meet up“ place for germs and bacteria to thrive and spread.

The CDC note that a person can get the flu by touching a surface or object that has flu virus on it and then touching their own mouth, eyes, or nose

Therefore it is no surprise that school pupils contract the flu when it is in season, because amongst other factors germ hot spots make the flu so contagious.

It should also be unsurprising that a flu outbreak in a school can have a significant detrimental effect on how things operate.

Staff could get sick- causing the hassle of sourcing substitute teachers.

Pupils miss out on their learning which is hardly desirable too.

An easy way to reduce the spread of flu in your classrooms.


Why not Kill Germs Where They Live and thrive?

Yes, you can quickly kill germs on germ hotspots with our product range.

SaniGuard spray kills the germs on the surfaces where they flourish and because it dries-on-contact there is no need to wipe or rinse, so it’s quick and easy to use.

The CDC recommend schools Clean and disinfect surfaces and objects that may be contaminated with germs like the flu.Germ hotspots need to be eradicated.

  •  Spray can also be helpful in any school in sanitising high usage objects, known as germ “hot spots” such as:
      • Door Handles, Water Fountains, Toilet Seats, Telephones & Office Equipment, Computer Keyboards and Mouse
      • Headphones and Musical Instruments, School Busses and Transport Vehicles
      • Gym and Athletic Equipment. Toys and Games
      • Lockers

    Of course, students need to keep washing hands to avoid recontaminating hotspots but if our spray is used regularly in conjunction with good hand-washing policies, the risks of a serious flu outbreak, for example, are reduced.More About SaniGuard Here!