Long-term care facilities are subject to outbreaks of Clostridium difficile (C. diff) bacteria that form a hard shell, enter a vegetative spore state, and are thus able to withstand conventional cleaning. An active ingredient or mechanical/ electronic means must minimize the threat of C. diff and its spores. The bacteria proliferate when a person touches a hard surface where C. diff spores exist. A client seeks a way to break the transmission of bacteria and viruses from surfaces to hands and eyes. Speed of disinfection must be part of the solution.