When children are back in school, homework isn’t all they’re bringing home – they’re likely bringing home thousands of microscopic germs. Independent clinical tests in America recently collected and tested samples and found as many as 2.7 million bacterial cells per square inch on common school surfaces such as water taps , desks, computer keyboards, toilets, door handles, and sleeping mattresses at crèches.

Teachers know how easily germs can spread and how hard it is for parents to prevent sickness.

In junior schools where children share practically everything, is a potential Petri dish of possibility to spread germs. Since bacteria and viruses can live for more than two days on many surfaces, it’s important to protect the young ones.

Regular disinfection on   all surfaces and air in the classroom with DCON Spray will provide protection and help reduce infection rates amongst children and teachers