The Blind Horse restaurant uses sanitizing technology to protect workers, customers

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KOHLER, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The Blind Horse Restaurant and Winery in Kohler is using three steps to ensure workers and customers that they're safe from coronavirus.

The first step is an ultraviolet shock to kill the virus. Second is a special antimicrobial spray, and third is a UV filtration system that sucks in air and uses ultraviolet light again to kill the virus.

"It was really OK, I'm gonna ask my employees to be in this environment every single day. How can I look at them in the face and do that? So that's what this solution entails," said Tom Nye, general manager of The Blind Horse.

The Blind Horse, which is reopening Friday, is the first restaurant and winery to use this level of sanitation in eastern Wisconsin. 

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