Yes.During the fogging, the area must be vacant, following completion it needs to ventilate for one hour. After ventilation, it is safe to enter and use.
This depends on the size of the space that needs cleaning and disinfecting. Large buildings such as hotels and schools can be finished within a day while smaller offices and spaces can take as little as one hour. No matter the size, however, a one hour ventilation period after cleaning is required. For more information please see our ‘Large Area Fogging’ page.
No. The chemical used, hydrogen peroxide, is atomised and so essentially becomes a dry fog, leaving no wet patches, marks or stains on what it cleans.
No. The cleaning chemical used is hydrogen peroxide which is odourless.
Yes. During the fogging, the area must be vacant, following completion it needs to ventilate for one hour. After ventilation, it is safe to enter and use as normal.
Yes. The chemical used, Hydrogen Peroxide is approved by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF). This approval means it is safe to use in any room, as once the cleaned space is ventilated leaves nothing behind. This means it is perfectly safe to use in places such as nurseries, as once decontaminated and ventilated the area is safe and ready to use again.
Yes. Our services are suitable for any sized enclosed space making them perfect for use on any vehicle you may have.
Corona Killers is dedicated to only the safest and most effective decontamination methods. The cleaning solution we use, Oxyl-Pro Hand and Surface Disinfectant RTU, was recently tested to determine its effectiveness. The study aimed to measure how much of a virus it removed/inactivated from a solution.
When tested, the study found that the solution achieved a 99.99% reduction against the viruses introduced to the product. Combined with our knowledge of previous coronaviruses (SARS, MERS, etc.) tells us that hydrogen peroxide products have been proven 100% effective against viruses similar to COVID-19.