Medical workers are still showing up day after day to face overflowing emergency rooms, earning them praise as heroes. Thousands of volunteers have signed up to join their colleagues.

But doctors and nurses said they can look overseas for a dark glimpse of the risk they are facing, especially when protective gear has been in short supply.

To help them through the crisis, local disinfectant supplier Clean Folks has recently donated professional-grade disinfectants to healthcare workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.

Among the pioneer local distributors of industrial-grade disinfectants locally, it has donated over 400 bottles of their disinfectant solution, which uses a special blend of quaternary ammonium compound to several checkpoints and hospitals in the southern part of Metro Manila.

Recognizing the urgent need for sanitation supplies in the frontline for the fight against the disease, Clean Folks aims to protect the community by making disease management mechanisms more accessible to consumers as we ease into the ‘new normal.’

“We want to give everyone a fighting chance when it comes to preventing further transmission of Covid-19 and other infectious diseases,” Clean Folks co-founder Arthur Cantor said. “As we navigate the unchartered territory of the new normal, we cannot underestimate what being fully equipped for disease prevention can do to our peace of mind.”

And with the goal of securing the frontlines of every Filipino household, Clean Folks aims to minimize the risk of contracting the disease by encouraging everyone to take proactive infection control measures.  “As people are in arms to rise above this pandemic, we encourage everyone to take meaningful steps in whatever way they can to support the fight against the disease,” Cantor added.

Formulated to eliminate 142 types of harmful bacteria and viruses including coronavirus, Clean Folks is a non-hazardous, non-carcinogenic, and eco-friendly product.

Source: Manila Bulletin (