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Why should all organic matter be removed from an article before it is disinfected? a. To prevent stains on the article b. To allow the disinfectant to reach all parts of the article c. To prevent the article from rusting d. To ensure the proper working condition of the article
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User: Why should all organic matter be removed from an article before it is disinfected? a. To prevent stains on the article b. To allow the disinfectant to reach all parts of the article c. To prevent the article from rusting d. To ensure the proper working condition of the article

Weegy: d. To ensure the proper working condition of the article
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All organic matter should be removed from an article before it is disinfected to allow the disinfectant to reach all parts of the article.
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