NOT APPLYING ENOUGH SOLUTION
Electrostatic disinfectants are extremely effective at killing the bad guys — COVID-19 and the like — but only if applied correctly. It takes a continuous stream of about 20 seconds applied in an area before you move on in order to ensure the entire surface has been coated. Operators who spend less time than that run the risk of missing key areas.
THINKING DISINFECTANT SPRAYS WILL LAST A LONG TIME
Since electrostatic cleaning is so effective at killing those nasty viruses none of us want around us, people make the mistake that they only have to spray one time and then they are golden. The reality is that, like everything human made, this electrostatic spray will wear off, especially as people come into contact with the surfaces. While there is no hard and fast rule on the number of times you should be disinfecting since it depends on how often the space is used and by how many people, our professional cleaners at CleanPro can give you a good idea based on your usage.
USING THE WRONG SOLUTION FOR YOUR NEEDS
Let’s face it, there are hundreds of chemicals you can choose from that will “clean” your surfaces. Some are harsher than others; some are safer than others. The customer is relying on their cleaning company to know which is best to use. For electrostatic sprays that are meant to kill nasty viruses, there are certain cleaners that are CDC-approved to be effective against and have been shown to kill the coronavirus and that are EPA-registered, which means they are safe for people and pets. Most of these are also biodegradable, which the EPA helps to certify as well. When it comes to something as serious as this pandemic, it’s important that you choose a trusted cleaning company in Gloucester, such as CleanPro, for your electrostatic disinfecting spray services.