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Before disinfecting or sanitizing a display, it’s important to utilize a cleaning method to remove any visible dirt or grease on it. Harmful bacteria or viruses might be hiding underneath that layer and be shielded from your disinfectant. Sanitizing and disinfecting products are chemicals that work by killing germs. In most cases, a cleaning product is used first. Then the surface is either sanitized or disinfected. If the surface appears to be clean, simply using the sanitizer or disinfectant should be sufficient. You can apply the disinfectant by fogging, spraying or wiping it with a clean micro-fiber cloth. The EPA has created an online resource that will provide the information necessary to determine if the cleaner/disinfectant or sanitizer being used is effective and will give you guidelines on how long the product needs to be in contact with the display to safely eliminate pathogens. You can also prefer applying disinfectant or sanitizer that is in compliance with your own local guidelines and regulations.