January 17, 2022 by admin
Regular cleaning with liquid and other chemicals doesn’t prevent you or your space from coronavirus and other air-borne illnesses. Therefore to control their negative impact, you can use a fogging disinfectant. There is always a difference between normal cleaning and disinfectant cleaning.
A fogging disinfectant uses vaporized disinfectant chemicals to sanitize all harmful and air-borne viruses. For instance, the chemicals and water-acting particles are fast spreading and kill all harmful germs and pathogens which are present in the air or on the surface.
The chemicals used in a fogging disinfectant do all of the following:
- Kills viruses and bacteria in the air and on the surface
- Kills fungi, mold, allergens, and any pathogen
- Preventive measures against coronavirus and other air-borne viruses
- Controls food, smoke, and other toxic odors
- Leaves your space clean and fresh
Fogging disinfectants are primarily used in medical and industrial spaces to prevent workers from pathogenic viruses or bacteria. Therefore, medical staff extensively use them to clean hospitals, clinics, and other medical facilities.
Since the rise of the coronavirus, they have been increasingly used in normal cleaning conditions to disinfect homes, buildings, and public places.
Since the lifting of lockdowns, Schools, colleges, and universities have made use of fogging disinfectants to ensure the safe return of students.
Other small businesses or public places where fogging disinfectants can be used include the following :
- Public restrooms
- Locker rooms
- Gyms and pools
- Commercial kitchens
- Company vehicles
- Quarantine specified areas
- Restaurants and hotels
- Grocery stores
Other industries that use fogging sprays for cleaning and disinfecting include:
- Food processing
- Animal husbandry
- Medical and pharmaceutical manufacturing
- Wastewater plants
Homeowners often wonder whether fogging disinfectants are safe to use. Specifically, people are concerned about breathing in the fumes from a disinfectant.
While the first fogging disinfectants caused some people irritation, today’s disinfectant formulas are completely safe to be around. Research and advancement in pharmacology have allowed the use of biocidal technology in the manufacturing of fogging disinfectant chemicals.
Always clean your surface before disinfecting or applying chemicals. To ensure the safety of everyone, workers should have a proper mask and safety suit according to health department guidelines. Additionally, windows and doors should be kept open to ensure fog ventilation. Above all, always make sure the service you’ve hired is licensed by state authorities and whose workers are trained in the use of disinfectant chemicals. At Kare Cleaning, we guarantee you a professional and efficient disinfectant cleaning. Not only this, but we take special care to ensure we only source disinfectant chemicals that are friendly to the environment.
In this era of air-born pathogenic viruses, everyone is concerned about their health and safety. Schools, offices, and other public sectors disinfect their space with fogging chemicals. However, we must remember that fogging disinfectant alone cannot prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Make sure to follow all SOPS and other preventive measures, as merely disinfecting isn’t going to protect you from the spread of viruses. However, we would not recommend you disinfect normal places like homes, public parks, and streets every day. However, disinfecting your living space every few months is crucial to maintaining your family’s health.
Most traditional cleaning companies simply don’t bother with the proper training and licenses required to handle disinfectant chemicals. In addition, always ensure the service you’re hiring sends trained professionals who can make short and effective work of any cleaning service you require. At Kare Cleaning, our number one priority is your health and safety. In addition, our trained and qualified professional cleaners are dedicated to making your home the cleanest it can be!