abc's Response to COVID-19

At abc, we’re committed to helping the businesses and communities we serve in good times and bad. To date, abc has not experienced any disruptions due to COVID-19, as we are still at full capacity and will ship packages to you at our normal high level of service. The situation is rapidly changing, and abc is monitoring updates so that we can respond to support our customers and keep our staff safe. Follow us on social media – Facebook, Instagram – to stay connected and for any further updates. 

This is a challenging time for the industry. We are committed to overcoming the obstacles that we are facing together and will continue to communicate any updates effectively. Below are resources for you to minimize the impact of the Coronavirus on your business and family.

Thank you to everyone! Stay healthy and safe! - Everyone at abc

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Useful Business Oriented Links:

US Chamber Combating the Coronavirus

US Chamber Guidance for Employers

US Chamber Workplace Tips For Employees

Small Business Administration (SBA) to Provide Disaster Assistance Loans for Small Businesses Impacted by Coronavirus

What Businesses Can Do to Minimize the Coronavirus Threat

CDC Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease

OSHA Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19

 

FAQ

Can you add anything to your window cleaning solution to disinfect glass?

  • Dish soaps and wetting agents leave a residue behind which can trap microbes. 

  • Quaternary agents such as bleach are what is needed to “kill” viruses. However, due to safety hazards and legal issues, they should NEVER be added to your window cleaning soap.

What is the best way to clean windows with virus removal in mind?

  • Professional window cleaning soaps such as abc Glisten, Titan Glass Gleam 3 and 4.

  • Deionized water

  • ***Using dish soaps and wetting agent additives to soaps will leave a residue behind and therefore potentially trap virus particles.