Long-term care facilities present many unique challenges for a housekeeping staff. These facilities include senior living, assisted living, and nursing homes. They not only serve as places for healthcare but also as homes to elderly and disabled residents. These residents are more susceptible to infection, more vulnerable to harsh chemicals, and more at risk for slip-and-fall accidents than the general population. Choosing the right long-term care cleaning products is essential to keeping these facilities free of disease-causing pathogens, but they must do much more. Cleaning products should minimize inhalation and skin irritant risks, reduce risk of slip and fall accidents, and provide residents with the clean and comfortable environment they deserve.