SANITIZING AND DISINFECTING SERVICES
FOLLOWING CDC & EPA PROTOCOLS
WE USE ELECTROSTATIC TECHNOLOGY TO COMBAT COVID 19
Your Sanitization Experts at Ecoverde Maids
What Is Electrostatic Disinfection? Conventional disinfection services use cloths and wipes that can only cover up to 35% of all surfaces at home. Electrostatic technology works differently by introducing negatively charged electrodes into our disinfectant. When sprayed, the disinfectant is attracted to surfaces, effectively allowing every corner and surface to be well-covered.
So, Is it safe? Ecoverde uses an anti-microbial solution that is approved for use in hospitals and government agencies and institutions. Results have proven that this solution eliminates 99.99% of viruses, germs and bacteria. It is non-toxic; child and pet safe, too.
Therefore, We utilize EPA approved cleaning solutions for disinfecting and sanitizing having all resources in place to create a safe environment in your home and business.
We know you need us more than ever. We are going to take care of you.
How Does Chemical Fogging Work?
Chemical fogging produces a fine mist that remains suspended in the air long enough to kill airborne viruses and bacteria. It also eliminates pathogens on surfaces, including ceilings, walls, furniture and floors.
It can disinfectant nooks and crannies and areas that may be difficult to clean otherwise. In most cases it’s not necessary to move furniture before or during the cleaning process.
Does It Take A Long Time?
The Center for Disease Control recommends: “Cleaning visibly dirty surfaces followed by disinfection is a best practice measure for prevention of COVID-19 and other viral respiratory illnesses in households and community settings.”
Firstly, we perform a Deep Cleaning of your home or office. For a typical 2 bed 2 bath home, the fogging process takes approximately one hour immediately after the cleaning. Yes, people and pets should leave the premises while the fogging takes place to allow the solution time to set without disturbance.
Know The Difference Between Cleaning, Disinfecting, And Sanitizing
As we know Cleaning removes germs, dirt, and impurities from surfaces or objects. Cleaning works by using soap (or detergent) and water to physically remove germs from surfaces. This process does not necessarily kill germs, but by removing them, it lowers their numbers and the risk of spreading infection.
Similarly, Disinfecting a surface will “kill” the microscopic organisms as claimed on the label of a particular product. The minimum level of effectiveness in a modern-day disinfectant is 100 percent kill of 6 log10 of an organism. If we start with 1 million organisms on a surface then a disinfectant must kill 100 percent of them; zero left. A sanitizer only reduces the number of organisms down to 1,000 and does nothing about viruses and fungus.
As, Sanitizing is meant to reduce, not kill, the occurrence and growth of bacteria, viruses, and fungi. This is part of the process when cleaning your home but it doesn’t solve the complete problem if you are trying to killing germs in your home or place of business and is why Disinfecting is needed in addition to sanitizing.
Benefits of Disinfection Cleaning
TouchPoint Cleaning is a system of cleaning that focuses on high-traffic areas specifically “touchpoints”. A few examples of touchpoints are light switches, TV remotes, computer keyboards, doorknobs, appliance handles, elevator buttons.
SEE OUR DISINFECTION PROTOCOLS
ULV fogging produces a fine mist that remains suspended in the air long enough to kill airborne viruses and bacteria. It also eliminates pathogens on surfaces, including ceilings, walls, furniture, and floors.
In conclusion, It can disinfectant nooks and crannies and areas that may be difficult to clean otherwise.