The Difference Between Cleaning, Sanitizing and Disinfecting

It is more important now than ever to understand how to properly protect yourself from infection. Unfortunately, there is a lot of confusion around which cleaning methods are and aren’t appropriate. People tend to use the terms cleaning, sanitizing, disinfecting and sterilizing interchangeably, but there are distinct differences between all four. Read on to learn […]

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Coronavirus Disinfecting Services

Coronavirus disinfecting services keep employees, customers and worksite visitors safe. Cleaning procedures that may have worked before the pandemic are no longer enough. Your cleaning program should also focus on infection prevention no matter your industry or size. We recommend the following enhanced disinfection services to minimize the spread of COVID-19. 1. Electrostatic Spray Disinfection […]

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Enhanced Disinfection for Coronavirus

Businesses are being urged to adopt enhanced cleaning and disinfecting protocols to promote workplace safety, but don’t know where to begin. Before you implement disinfection protocols, you need to know the basics: What disinfectants are approved to use What methods of disinfection are recommended What programs are available to you Approved Disinfectants While there aren’t […]

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Frequently Asked Questions About Disinfection for COVID-19

In preparation for the new normal, all business owners, facility managers and administrators must create safe environments for their employees, customers and guests. A major factor in this preparation is sanitation and disinfection. There are questions about how much more this will cost and how an already strapped budget can stretch far enough to pay […]

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How to Prepare Your Business for a Safe Reopening

As California continues to reopen, businesses must adhere to safeguards issued by the state and their respective county. In addition to state and county guidelines, employers should also adhere to recommendations from the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to ensure that they are doing all they can to […]

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