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Our Cleaning and Disinfecting Process

Step One: Our sanitization experts using a special solution to remove sticky and oily films on all surfaces. We apply this solution with a microfiber towel. Then, we mop or towel the surface to minimize aerosolization. Once the solution has had time to work, we clean the area by rinsing, squeegeeing, or wet vacuuming the area twice. Finally, we allow the surfaces to air dry.

Step Two: If a surface does not have a sticky or oily film, we clean the area with soap and water. We apply the soap and water mixture with a microfiber towel. This solution helps to remove soil and microorganisms from the surface. After we apply soap and water, we rinse the area and allow it to air dry.

Step Three: We apply a topical sanitization or disinfectant solution and allow the recommended dwell time for the product to take effect.

What to Expect

  • A courteous professional
  • On-site inspection of Sanitization Assessment (Risk Level Assessment) (COVID-19)
  • Quote/Estimate (Prices may vary)
  • Risk Category (Low, Medium, High)
  • Creation of a Site Safety Plan (SSP)
  • Air Filtration (HEPA filters are recommended)
  • Surface cleaning (Based on risk classification)
  • Deodorization (if necessary)
  • Project Monitoring

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Key Terms

Cleaning refers to reducing the number of germs, dirt, residues, and impurities from a surface by a “cleaning process.” It does not kill germs but removes or reduces their numbers and the risk of spreading infection.

Residue is a sticky or oily layer on a surface that other soils stick to. Most surfaces have some sort of residue. Bacteria, soil, or a virus can attach or stick to the residue.

Sanitization refers to lowering the number of germs on a surface or object to a safe level, as judged by public health standards or requirements. This process works by either cleaning or disinfecting an area to lower the risk of spreading infection.

Disinfecting refers to using chemicals, such as EPA-registered disinfectants, to kill germs on a surface. This process does not replace cleaning a dirty surface. However, it is a great step to take after a surface has been cleaned to kill any remaining germs and lower the chance of spreading infection.

Sterilization refers to a number of processes that can completely kill a germ on a surface. These processes are extremely unsafe for use in environmental cleaning and therefore are not recommended.