Cleaning versus Disinfection
There is a difference between cleaning & disinfecting. Cleaning removes debris and dirt from a surface. Disinfecting destroys or inactivates both bacteria and viruses (like influenza, rhinovirus, and types of coronavirus) on hard, nonporous surfaces.
What is a touchpoint?
A point of contact or interaction. For the purpose of disinfection, a touchpoint refers to anything that you touch with your hands (i.e. doorknobs; railings, keyboards, etc.)
What is a High Traffic area?
Areas with more foot traffic and activity that are particularly susceptible to dirt and accidents (i.e. main entrances and exits, bathrooms, trash receptacles, etc.)
How does All Business Cleaning Disinfect?
- By first cleaning and then disinfecting high touch, high traffic areas with EPA approved chemicals.
- Upon request, by use of an electrostatic sprayer. Frequency and pricing will be tailored based on a company’s individual needs and situations.
What are the advantages of Electrostatic Disinfecting?
- Covers 360-degrees of applied surfaces.
- Reduces the risk of cross contamination because of touch application processes.
- Allow for disinfectants to hold their canonic charge, which prevents dripping.
- Evenly distributed application allows for required disinfectant dwell times.
- Reaches hard-to-reach cleaning surfaces and spaces.
- Uses on average 65% less chemicals per square foot than standard cleaning (eco-friendly service option).
What is the difference between an Electrostatic Sprayer and a Fogger?
Electrostatic sprayers charge the disinfectant with a positive charge, giving them the magnetic ability to cling to services (even vertical ones) and cover the 360 degree range. Without this charge, disinfectants have no natural ability to adhere to surfaces.