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How to Remove Infection from an Ingrown Toenail | Remove Infection Toenail


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How To Remove Stubborn Bug Guts – Chemical Guys Car Care


What’s up guys we’re glad you could just us
back here in the Detail Garage. Today we have this Tesla P85+ it just got
back from Vegas, about a week ago we drove it out to Vegas and we brought it back and
this is where it has sat. Dust and all kinds of things have accumulated
on it but over the road trip all these bugs and everything we picked up started staining
the paintwork. So using our Bug & Tar Wash we’re going to
remove all of that to restore the perfect shine. I’ve already set up a bucket down here with
a Dirt Trap placed inside. This is our Bug & Tar Remover which we will
add to the bucket, about an ounce should do it. I’ve already washed the Tesla which took care
of the heavier loose grime from the trip but all the bugs have started to stain the paintwork
so we need something a little stronger to get down and pull the stains out of the paint. The Bug & Tar Wash in the bucket is ready
to go, I’m using warm water which is going to help agitate and pull stubborn filth off
without scratching. This is our dual sided sponge which will help
me scrub off the filth. As you can see I have my gloves on because
this is a citrus based chemical that I don’t want on my hands. Also you might want to wear some eye protection,
this is a good practice if you are polishing or working with stronger chemicals that can
harm you. I’m restricted to wearing glasses all the
time so I have my eye protection but for you guys just in case. After washing the vehicle I parked it in the
shade to cool it off, I’m controlling the surface temperature this way the product isn’t
drying as we work. Now taking the Dual Sided Sponge and dunking
it in the bucket and trapping some wash on it. I’ll start gently scrubbing to get off the
bug guts. The reason why you want to remove bugs or
bird poop from the surface is because it can eat away at the clear coat due to their acidic
properties which can’t be removed unless it is polished. You see how simple it is to use Bug & Tar
Wash, we’re going to take a clean microfiber towel and wipe off the excess to show you
the before and after of how well this product works. You can see it has taken care of the bugs
and any other stubborn stains from the surface to restore a factory finish. Now there are still some stains on the hood,
glass and mirrors which we are going to take care of. Check these products out on website ChemicalGuys.com. If you like this video be sure to give it
a thumbs up and if there is anything special you want to see drop a comment below and we’ll
see you guys next time right here in the Detail Garage.

121 Dental Hygiene  Post Treatment Operatory Disinfection Infection Control Lab

121 Dental Hygiene Post Treatment Operatory Disinfection Infection Control Lab


Post Treatment Operatory Disinfection Don face shield or glasses and mask. Wash hands and don treatment gloves. Remove one sheet of wax paper from cabinet and place on chaise. Use a paper towel as a barrier to remove bags and tape from computer keyboard and mouse. Discard paper towel. Move clean keyboard and mouse to top drawer. Don puncture resistant nitrile gloves over your treatment gloves. On wax paper, place five disinfectant towelettes in groups of 2, 1, 1, 1. They may overlap but you should be able to pick up one group of towelettes without contaminating the other groups. Remove nametag and place on countertop. Do this carefully so you don’t touch anything but the metal. Remove and place metal syringe tip in cassette on bracket tray or remove and place disposable air water syringe tip if used on the chair bag. Without contaminating the syringe housing, start to remove the sleeve and pull up the barrier bag on the bracket tray while dropping the air water syringe in place. Put the sleeve on the chair bag. After instruments are sent to the sterilization room, remove the bracket tray cover and the bracket tray barrier bag and place them on the chair barrier. With one hand, remove the saliva ejector from the housing. With the other hand, remove the barrier bag and place on the chair barrier. Remove the saliva ejector tip and place it on the chair bag. Without contaminating the suction metal housing, start to remove the sleeve while dropping the saliva ejector into the holder. If the housing was contaminated during this process, this will need to be wiped- dry-wiped also. Do the same with the high speed suction housing and tip, if used. Place the patient mirror, patient safety glasses, pens and pencils, napkin chain and any other items that are contaminated in one area of the counter with name tag. Remove tin foil from pens and pencils and place in chair barrier. Remove barrier from the light handles and switch and place in chair barrier. Remove sticky tape from operator chair adjustment lever and place in chair barrier. Without contaminating chair, roll up chair barrier with contaminated barriers and place in bay trash container. With one towelette in each utility gloved hand, wipe the chair arms – top and bottom. Also thoroughly wipe the soap dispenser bar and the dental light protective cover. Wipe any other items you may have inadvertently contaminated during treatment. Ex. drawer handles, view box, unit arms. You will also wipe the counter top and the items on the countertop. If you used the pull out writing surface, wipe that also. Now we are figuring that … Oops, I dropped my pieces. I am going to leave them there. I’ll get two more. We are assuming that the CPU is okay because things can’t get under the CPU on the countertop so I am not going to pick it up and move it. If you have a lightbox out, please wipe that also. Dispose of towelettes. With paper towels in each hand, dry everything you have wiped. These disinfectant wipes do leave a little smear on your mirrors and glasses. So when we are totally through with our cleaning and disinfecting you might want to run some running water over them and wipe them with a 100 percent cotton cloth or something that won’t scratch them. Wash the utility gloves with soap. Dry gloves with paper towels. While still wearing the utility gloves, disinfect them thoroughly with a single towelette. Having to get them totally dry so I don’t dilute the disinfectant that’s in my wipe with the water on my hands. Remove utility gloves without touching outside surface, clip to magnet and hang over sink to dry. This has ended the “cleaning” portion. And because I dropped my wet wipes, I am going to used my gloved hands two more out to replace the two I dropped on the floor. So there is always to fix things if you make a mistake. Just stop and think and decide if your hands are clean and if the surface is clean or if the surface and your hands are dirty. Using two towelettes, wipe the items that you previously cleaned. These items must remain moist for three minutes or for however long instructions require. We used to have material that required them to be wet for ten minutes. That’s a long time to count on your disinfectant to not dissipate into the air. Try to keep an eye on it. If things do dry out before three minutes, you probably ought to wet them again. Everything on my counter top, I am going to wet again and I am going to scrub the entire countertop down again a second time. It stays wet because we are disinfecting and we will discard our towelettes. Remove operator eyewear, loupes and/or prescription eyeglasses. So my glasses can stay on because I was covering them up with operator eyewear. Wash glasses with soap and water and then dry with pater towel or eyeglass cloth. I would prefer the microfiber cloth. Optical people say that even well made paper towels still have wood fibers in them that can scratch glasses over time. I would be more concerned with my expensive loupes. These four dollar patient glasses. If I have to replace them once a year that’s not going to be a big deal. Place on disinfected counter. The counter top has been disinfected so I should be able to set those down. Open the trash door with a paper towel. Push up the trash holder ring and hold with one hand. Let the trash ring holder drop back into place. Remove the trash bag, tie in a knot — It is a good idea to compress air out of the bag before placing it in the large yellow trash receptacle near the locker room. Usually this is quite full. So we are going to walk back to the yellow trash cans that are back in the hallway. After depositing trash in yellow bin, remove gloves and put in can. Holding from back only, remove gown, turning it inside out as you go, and deposit in yellow can. Grab mask and remove, touching only earloops or back band. Throw in yellow trash can. Use antiseptic hand rub on the way back to your operatory. I am finishing rubbing my hand rub. Remember you want until it’s gone. And then I am going to replace the trash can liner in the little holder and seat that again. And I am going to re-barrierize everything we are going to need for clinic tomorrow. When everything is re-barrierized, then I can raise my chair all the way as far as it will go up and I want to bring the light down over here. And I want to play my operator stool back underneath the paper towel holder and the unit goes right here over the chair. You are finally done for today.