Sanitation and Cleaning Services
April 10, 2020 Update
As Ohio starts to slowly open up from our quarantine, the need for proper interior sanitization will continue to grow. Our workers are still working hard to help sanitize the reopenings of restaurants, offices and retail stores, as well as residential homes and apartments.
What the CDC disinfect guidelines recommend
- 1Wiping down surfaces with water and a detergent
- 2Misting a FDC approved disinfectant and allowing it to sit.
What our cleaning service will look like
We’ll send a team of cleaners with the proper PPE for the chemicals they are handling. This will be gloves, masks, and a ventilator for the disinfectant mist step.
Our cleaners will wipe down surfaces with a detergent to remove dust, remove dirt, and most importantly start to break down virus cell walls.
After the initial surface clean, we will use a misting sprayer with our EPA approved disinfectant. This mist spray is very fine and able to coat surfaces completely. We allow the disinfectant to sit for 10 minutes to ensure it properly kills the virus. By default we have hard surface sprays available, but if you have soft surfaces like furniture we can bring a separate disinfectant which works especially well on fabrics.
We follow a stringent coronavirus cleaning process for our equipment, work vehicles and storage areas to ensure there is no cross-contamination.
Coronavirus Disinfecting Services in Cleveland
In order to keep local businesses up and running, we need to keep our businesses clean. We know so many businesses have been shutdown and are looking forward to opening back up. Our society needs to handle the re-opening with caution so businesses don’t get shut back down due to outbreaks. We want to do our part in Cleveland to get the local economy back up and running.
Additional Information From the CDC
Please note, disinfecting services do not prevent person-to-person transmission or reintroduction of microorganisms to a facility. We recommend that you and your employees remain diligent and follow CDC Guidelines for reducing transmission: