Before you hire a company to provide a disinfecting service for Coronavirus, do your homework to ensure you are getting the most effective method, the proven kill claims, and a fair price.
What is the difference between cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting?
Cleaning is the removal of debris such as organic and inorganic material (often called “soil”) from objects and surfaces. Sanitizing is the reduction, not killing, of organisms on a surface. Disinfecting will “kill” the microscopic organisms on a surface.
What is the difference between misting, fogging, spray/wipe, and electrostatic disinfecting?
Misters and fogging systems deliver very small droplets that passively deposit on surfaces based on the direction of spray and the effect of gravity, which may result in uneven coverage. Spray/wipe methods are also time-consuming, labor-intensive, and provide the least consistent coverage. Electrostatic delivers charged droplets that are actively attracted to surfaces, including the backsides and crevices of surfaces regardless of the direction of spray for complete wrap-around disinfection coverage.
The EPA has been working to ensure that American families, communities, businesses, hospitals, and others are aware of and have access to effective surface disinfectant products to use against SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
As part of the Federal Government’s efforts to minimize risks to its citizens, in January 2020 EPA activated—for the first time ever—its Emerging Viral Pathogens Guidance for Antimicrobial Pesticides. Under this guidance, EPA allows manufacturers to provide the agency with data, even in advance of an outbreak, to show their products are effective against harder-to-kill viruses. Once approved, these companies can make marketing claims for use against the novel coronavirus.
In early March, EPA released its initial List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2 (List N). This list continues to be updated on a weekly basis. It is searchable and sortable, comes with helpful tips on how to use disinfectants properly, and features frequently asked questions to ensure correct product usage. As with any EPA-registered product, carefully read the label and only use the product as described in its directions.
Commercial Cleaning guarantees to be onsite within 4 hours of receiving the call that emergency disinfection is needed. This will allow you to reopen your business safely and quickly. The pricing for our services is very competitive taking into account that your cost of operating is higher during these difficult times. We urge you to compare pricing, response time, and knowledge of Viruses and their appropriate disinfection. Give us a call/Text at 443.987.0956 or you can email us at Sean@commercialcleanMD.com. We are here to help and urge you to stay safe.