ELECTROSTATIC DISINFECTANT SPRAYING
Crystal Clean: Electrostatic Disinfectant Spraying Service
Need to make sure that your facility or office is thoroughly disinfected and contaminant-free? Check out our new electrostatic disinfectant spraying service and call us at (303) 621-4370.
With the breakout of COVID-19, cleaning and disinfecting have become more important than ever. Traditional cleaning methods that rely on manual labor are not enough to eliminate human viruses and bacteria. While surfaces may look clean, this doesn’t mean they are free of harmful pathogens.
To protect your facility and give you peace of mind during the coronavirus pandemic, Crystal Clean Five Star Professional Window & Carpet Cleaning offers electrostatic spraying. Compared to traditional cleaning, this revolutionary disinfecting method costs less in labor, disinfects surfaces faster, and easily covers a wide area.
Electrostatic Spraying: How Does It Work?
Electrostatic sprayers typically use conventional disinfectants such as chlorine bleach, ammonium compounds, or hydrogen peroxide products. The game-changing part of this sanitizing method is the electrode inside the sprayer.
As the disinfecting liquid passes through the sprayer, it receives a positive charge. Since most surfaces have a negative charge, they attract the negative cleaning chemical droplets. These droplets will ensure all sides of an object are covered, even those with overhangs.
Unlike many conventional cleaning and sanitizing methods, electrostatic spraying provides the following benefits.
Uniform and thorough coverage
Because electrostatic spraying relies on particle attraction, you don’t have to worry about all those hard-to-reach crevices and corners often overlooked when using conventional methods. The spray particles will reach them all, encapsulating every object and providing complete disinfection.
There is less room for human error, too. Even if the cleaning technician only sprays an object on one side, the charged disinfecting mist will envelop it from all directions, providing 360-degree protection.
Our electrostatic disinfectant spraying service will eliminate all major pathogens, including:
Safe to use on sensitive surfaces
Every office and facility has sensitive surfaces that are difficult to clean without causing damage. This includes computer keyboards, copiers, printers, phones, and other electronic equipment. At the same time, these are high-touch objects used by many people, which increases the risk of contamination.
With electrostatic spraying, it is possible to disinfect all of these surfaces easily and effectively.
Examples of other surface types that will benefit from this disinfection method include:
- Door handles
- Kitchen appliances
- Elevator buttons
- Faucets and sinks
Quick and effective
An electrostatic spraying service only takes a few minutes. More specifically, it is 50-70% quicker than conventional cleaning and sanitizing methods. The solution quickly covers large surfaces and kills 99.99% of all pathogens.
The charged misting method applies the disinfectant in a controlled, efficient manner that prevents chemical overuse. This method is touchless, which means there is no danger of cross-contamination. Surfaces will usually dry out in 15 minutes.
Electrostatic disinfectant spraying service is recommended for all types of public-used facilities with communal spaces and high levels of traffic, including:
- Daycare centers
- Nursing homes
- Hospitals, doctors’ offices, and other medical facilities
- Fitness centers
- Commercial offices
- Restaurants and other foodservice buildings
Even though electrostatic disinfectant spraying will effectively eliminate pathogens on contact, it does not prevent re-contamination.
Always adhere to CDC guidelines:
- Frequently wash your hands, especially before eating
- If soap and water are not available, use hand sanitizer
- Avoid crowded areas and comply with the six-foot distancing rule
- Use protective equipment such as masks and gloves
- Cover your mouth and nose when sneezing or coughing
Is electrostatic spraying safe?
Yes, this method is safe for the sanitizing technician and other people who may be present, although protective gear may be required to prevent respiratory irritation.
Does electrostatic spraying leave a residue?
Electrostatic disinfection may leave a light residue. However, there shouldn’t be a buildup with regular surface cleaning between disinfections. Keep in mind that electrostatic spraying doesn’t replace manual cleaning: rather, it complements conventional methods by providing a pathogen-elimination safety net.
How frequently should a facility use this method of disinfection?
This would depend on the facility, its traffic level, and how likely it is to encounter pathogens.
For example, a medical facility may opt for daily sanitizing because of its high concentration of bacteria and viruses. A senior housing complex may choose the same practice due to the sensitivity of its residents to harmful pathogens.
Crystal Clean: Always Putting Your Health and Safety First
With Crystal Clear Five Star Professional Window and Carpet Cleaning, you don’t have to worry about dirt or contaminants. Our professionals will leave your facility sparkling clean and free of bacteria and viruses. In these difficult times, you can always count on us.
We prioritize the health and safety of our clients and staff and only work with equipment that meets OSHA safety standard requirements.
We are a family-owned, family-operated business with over two decades of experience in the professional cleaning industry. Based in Denver Front Range, CO, we serve Brighton, Ft. Lupton, Thornton, Commerce City, Erie, and Westminster.
Call us at 303-621-4370 and book our electrostatic disinfectant spraying service today.