The COVID-19 pandemic has alerted all of us to the need to be vigilant in disinfection of public spaces. We offer professional disinfection and sanitization of all surfaces to eliminate contamination from viruses that can remain alive for many days if not treated. This includes COVID-19 and all of its variants.
Disinfecting Starts With Deep Cleaning
Most of us rinse our dishes before putting them in the dishwasher, right? Rinsing them doesn't make them ready to be used again, but it makes it easier for the dishwasher to finish the job. Germs, bacteria, viruses and pathogens love dirty environments. That means that the first step to truly disinfecting and sanitizing a facility is making sure it is clean. Our years of experience in the cleaning industry helps us offer the thorough cleaning that leaves no place for pathogens. And just like the next step of cleaning your dishes is running the dishwasher, the next step in cleaning your facility is our disinfection and sanitization process.
The Difference Between Disinfection and Sanitizing
A disinfectant is a product that destroys all organisms in 10 minutes during the AOAC Use Dilution Test, a test regulated by the EPA to determine the effectiveness of disinfectants. Disinfecting generally uses a stronger product to destroy germs rather than simply reduce them.
Sanitizing is a process that lessens and even kills germs on surfaces to make them safe for contact. Sanitizers are agents that destroy 99.999 percent of bacteria in 30 seconds during the Official Detergent Sanitizer Test, which is a public health test.
Why You Can Trust Our Methods
We use best practices set out by government organizations, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). And we don’t use the same cleaning products that you would find in a grocery store. We strive to use advanced green cleaning products and disinfectants that are the best in our industry.