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Self-cleaning decals being used to help stop the spread of COVID-19

Broadway Commons in Hicksville has applied NanoSeptic adhesives to door handles, elevator buttons and other areas in the mall that come in frequent contact with the public. The adhesives are being used to help keep surfaces clean amid the COVID-19 pandemic but the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency does not allow the manufacturer to claim that its product kills the virus. Credit: Barry Sloan

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