Viruses and Bacteria
The average cross-section of a human hair is 50 microns. the human eye cannot see anything smaller than 40 microns in size. Viruses are infectious particles about 100 times smaller than bacteria.
How it Spreads
Sneezing can generate as many as 40,000 droplets less than 100 microns in size, traveling at speeds greater than 200 miles per hour, and can reach up to 27 feet in distance.
Biofilms and How Viruses and Bacteria use it to live on surfaces
Biofilms can form and attach to a surface where bacteria and viruses can be sheltered by a protective barrier. Therefore, cleaning before the DS two-step treatment is critical.