Disinfection is only effective on clean surfaces. Viruses and bacteria may be protected by dirt and therefore surfaces must be cleaned before disinfectant is applied. We use cleaning chemicals that are OSHA approved, safe for humans, pets, and the environment. Preparing (cleaning) surfaces before disinfection ensures that we offer the best possible protection for you, your staff and your clients.
Manual Disinfecting Process
After cleaning, disinfectant is applied using spray bottles and color-coded microfiber cloths to frequently touched areas such as:
- Entryways, door handles and push-plates
- Light switches & power outlets
- Countertops & drinking fountains
- Elevator buttons
- Restroom dispensers and faucets
- Phones, keyboards, etc.
Manual disinfection occurs after the cleaning cycle and is part of our standard cleaning procedure. Manual disinfection is applied only to areas that are frequently touched.
ULV Disinfecting Process
After cleaning, disinfectant is dispersed to all areas and surfaces using a ULV “fogging” machine to produce an extremely fine mist that spreads through a far greater area.
This ensures maximum results because the disinfectant fog reaches and adheres to every surface that it comes into contact with, destroying bacteria, viruses and fungi. This is the only recommended method of disinfection for facilities that have suspected contamination or exposure to coronavirus.
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