During this uncertain time, you should care even more about health and safety. It’s imperative to look for better cleaning techniques that prevent the spread of infections. Disease experts at CDC recognize the importance of electrostatic disinfection during the pandemic because it is an effective technique in making areas clean and healthy. Here’s what you need to know about electrostatic disinfection.
Electrostatic disinfection works through an electrostatic spray. When applied, the disinfectant solution coats all items completely because the Electrostatic charge in the spray atomizes the cleaning solution, and then the liquid particles attach to the charged particles of the target objects. After that, the solution sticks to and removes pathogens from various surfaces, extending into the far corners and unreachable gaps.
Below are the traits that show the efficiency of electrostatic disinfection:
Electrostatic disinfection is safe for people during and after cleaning. You don’t need to wear any personal protective equipment at all. Once the area is dry, it is safe for both animals and people. This type of cleaning is also healthy for the environment.
Before you start electrostatic disinfection, you should consider certain pointers:
Make sure the space is vacant before you start disinfecting.
Remember to spray at a good distance from objects to get the most effective coverage.
Clear all your surfaces of garbage, folders, documents, clutter, and other movable items.
You should also store all cutlery, food items, open containers, and dishes.
Clearing areas result in more available surfaces that can receive electrostatic disinfection.
Pathogens are all around you. The only way to keep them away is through regular electrostatic disinfection. At Sanitizology, we work with our clients during our electrostatic disinfection treatments. We make sure that we guide them and the people who use their facilities. That way, we can maximize the time and the products we have. Please visit our office in San Diego, California, for an in-person consultation. You can also call us at 619-374-8611 if you want to schedule an appointment. We can also answer your questions about our sanitization packages.