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a.1.Capable of being contaminated.
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Campaigns to control contaminable diseases in institutions such as hospitals, schools, restaurants and factories has triggered research into viable paint solutions to enhance high health standards alongside maintaining the aesthetic value of the painted surfaces.
When bodily substances and fluids appear or are used outside of widely accepted margins they have the potential to be read as contaminable or threatening.
The Spa's $18,000-dental Sterilization Center, coupled with strict disinfection protocols for pedicure stations in between guests, and the disposal of contaminable implements after each use, significantly reduces the chances for cross-contamination.