Disinfection Services: Impacts Standard of Clean
Disinfection and electrostatic spraying have become increasingly important tools in the fight against germs and viruses in commercial spaces. As a commercial cleaning service, it’s important to understand the benefits and limitations of these methods in order to effectively and safely serve your clients.
Disinfection refers to the process of killing or eliminating harmful microorganisms on surfaces and in the air. This is typically done using chemical disinfectants, which are applied using a variety of methods such as wipes, sprays, or foggers. The most effective disinfectants are able to kill a broad spectrum of bacteria, viruses, and fungi, and are typically labeled as “hospital grade” or “EPA-registered.”
Electrostatic spraying is a method of applying disinfectant using an electrically charged mist. The mist is attracted to surfaces and wraps around them, ensuring even coverage and reducing the amount of disinfectant needed. This method is particularly effective for hard-to-reach areas and complex geometries.
One of the main benefits of electrostatic spraying is that it allows for quick and efficient disinfection of large areas. It’s also easy to use, with minimal training required for operators. However, it’s important to note that electrostatic spraying is not a substitute for proper cleaning. Surfaces must be thoroughly cleaned of dirt and debris before applying disinfectant, as the electrostatic mist will not remove these contaminants.
In addition to considering the effectiveness and efficiency of disinfection methods, it’s important to also consider the safety of the products being used. Chemical disinfectants can be harsh and potentially harmful to humans, and it’s important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for use and personal protective equipment requirements.
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Overall, disinfection and electrostatic spraying can be powerful tools in the fight against germs and viruses in commercial spaces. Our team of professionals understand the benefits and limitations of these methods and use them safely and effectively to best serve your clients.
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