Have you ever wondered if your plane was cleaned and disinfected properly after each flight? Sometimes an airline will delay a flight to get a plane properly cleaned. However, seats, tray tables and armrests are stilling crawling with potential bacteria and germs left from the previous flights. If you fly often, eventually you will have the “that is gross” moment when you experience your hand rubbing along a left-over drink stain from the previous person. Many airplanes are notorious for being a breeding ground for germs, bacteria, and other pathogens. So, where does this leave you – the passenger? Are you ready to #ProtectMyPlane?
If you are looking for the cleanest seat – if you have the money, time to upgrade. Often this section is watched more closely and has a higher chance of being cleaned between flights regularly. But what about a deep cleaning? According to Delta report, it reported it only gave it’s a planes a thorough cleaning once every 15 to 18 months. Over the years, the passengers on these planes began to desire more thorough deep cleaning and the industry continues to get better at this task.
One way we can prevent germs, bacteria and pathogens from attaching to tray tables, seats, armrests, etc. between deep cleanings and compliment disinfecting protocols between flights would be to application a coating system that would promote a healthier and safer environment for the passenger. MicroShield 360™ is a propriety coating system that is EPA registered and FDA approved for food contact surfaces. Research proves that it can prevent harmful germs, bacteria and >99% of pathogens for one year and mold growth for 3 years. It is hypoallergenic, odorless, colorless, and can be applied to any surface.