What are the benefits of the Corona Killer cleaning service?
During the current coronavirus pandemic, hygiene is vital in keeping people safe. Our Large Area Fogging service is a cost-effective, efficient and quick means of thoroughly disinfecting your premises, whether a motorhome or a hotel. The newest form of coronavirus, Covid-19, is spread through droplets couched or breathed out by those infected. These droplets then land on surfaces around them and can survive for up to several days, making it fast-spreading and hard to detect.
Our services are designed to not only disinfect surfaces but penetrate them and give a truly deep clean, a hard job to achieve through more conventional means.
With the use of a specialised chemical fogging skid, compressed air atomises the disinfectant cleaner to a size of below 30 microns. This atomised solution then becomes a fog which can disinfect anything it comes into contact with. With a two-person team, one operator guides the fog around the entire premises, ensuring it reaches every inch of the space.
The cleaning solution used for Large Area Fogging is a hydrogen peroxide-based disinfectant.
The benefits of using this solution over other silver-based peroxides are that it is mild, environmentally safe and in the presence of organic materials, giving a much longer disinfection capability.
The cleaning solution we use has many benefits and we believe is the best option out there to safely disinfect any premises. Other benefits of our solution are:
Currently, no product has been clinically tested and proven to work against covid-19, with health services recommending people clean with alcohol-based disinfectants.
However, with our knowledge of past coronaviruses, we know that hydrogen peroxide products have been proven 100% effective. These types of disinfectant have been used in medical industries for years; with tried and tested solutions, they have been able to successfully eradicate viruses such as MERS and SERS from surfaces.
The time it takes to disinfect a space entirely varies with its size and the number of rooms it contains.
No matter the size of the job ventilation is required after the cleaning is completed. To properly ventilate a space requires all doors and windows to be open and no one in the area for one hour. After this time the premises are entirely safe to re-renter and resume work or habitation.
The current coronavirus pandemic has everyone on edge, with infection control being a top priority for most people. With all non-essential businesses closed by the UK government, many working from home and hand sanitizer in high demand, cleaning and disinfecting is a vital part of staying safe during these stressful times.
However, the unknown qualities of the coronavirus make it a hard task to identify how and where it spreads. We still do not understand how long the coronavirus can survive outside of the body, and so we do not yet know conclusively how long it can survive on surfaces.
What needs cleaning?
The world health organization (WHO) and the centers for disease control (CDC) have stated that covid-19 'may persist on surfaces for a few hours or up to several days'. Despite everyone's best efforts; however, the virus can persist and spread even if you wash your hands and are careful to keep to social distancing.
While high risk surfaces can be simple to clean with soap and water or a disinfecting wipe, they are not the only place that the virus can infect. Sneezing or coughing can spread the virus across an entire room and penetrate objects it touches. Coronavirus fogging services are quickly deployed and can reach all the nooks and crannies that you may struggle to clean by hand.
As an example, one passenger coughing can spread the infection across a whole plane, contaminating everything from their tray table to the flight attendants' uniforms. While you can scrub every surface to make the space safe again, there are easier options, which our services can provide.
Need more information?
If you wish to discuss of the deep clean services and how we can help during the coronavirus outbreak, please contact us using the number or email address found on the 'Contact Us' page.