If you are a business reopening or an essential business still operating at this time, make sure you keep your workplace safe and free from contamination. There are many steps to take that are recommended from the CDC’s guidelines.
The CDC recommends that every business clean and disinfect all areas routinely. Scientist are understanding more about the Coronavirus and how some people are symptomatic and asymptomatic. To understand more about asymptomatic read here.
As a professional cleaning company we recommend professionally disinfecting your facility as a way to keep your employees and customers safe and productive.
Professional sanitizing can reach all corners of your facility. When you apply disinfectant using a combination of techniques including fogging, surface wiping and spraying will be more effective. Some of these methods get overlooked when cleaning and disinfecting.
- Fogging: This technique uses a fine spray to deliver cleaning chemicals into small interior spaces you normally wouldn’t reach. This method can also be used in air duct systems.
- Surface Wiping: Wiping down surfaces with medical grade disinfectant will kill all bacteria. The solutions is applied wet and allowed to dwell on the surface for a few minutes, then wiped dry.
- Spraying: This method applies a wet spray to completely coat the surface with disinfecting solution. After the solution is applied, it needs dwell time to kill the bacteria. Once it is applied and wiped clean, allow time to dry completely.
How Good Is Your Cleaning Products?
Off the shelf cleaning products can be effective but why take the risk. Most of these off the shelf cleaning products won’t have the higher-strength disinfectant to kill all bacteria. That really is the difference. Those medical grade cleaning chemicals kill all bacteria on non-porous surfaces.
Who Is Cleaning Your Facility?
By not using your employees or staff to clean and disinfect your facility, you are keeping them safe and out of harm’s way. Professional cleaning companies like Upper Valley Cleaning are trained to wear the proper personal protective equipment (PPE). These people are also have been trained in the proper methods to minimize risk and clean all areas that you may have missed in your regular cleaning.
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