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We disinfect your home or business with EPA registered disinfectants and use our mandated protocols to keep your home or business safe. 


Application Protocol for Disinfecting Surfaces

Equipment: Standard hand spray equipment can be used. 

Protective Equipment: When applying our product, use long sleeve shirts, pants, gloves, ventilation, mask and eye protection and any other label requirements. 

Disinfecting: To properly disinfect – which is defined as killing 100% of pathogens on hard surfaces – the treated surface must remain wet for 10 minutes. For heavily soiled areas, a preliminary cleaning is required. We Apply solution to hard, inanimate, non-porous surfaces, and for some soft surfaces. Thoroughly wet surfaces as required, with a cloth, brush, mop, sponge or mechanical spray device. For sprayer applications we use a coarse pump or trigger spray device. Spray 6-8 inches from surface. Avoid breathing spray. Allow surfaces to remain wet for 10 minutes.  Allow to air dry or wipe up excess liquid after 10 minutes. Prepare a fresh solution at least daily or when use solution becomes visibly dirty. There is no residual, thus re-application is necessary if areas are to be disinfected due to possible new infection.

A. Commercial Buildings: Spray vertical walls up to : feet. Spray desk surfaces, cabinets, storage containers and chairs, office equipment that is not sensitive to wetness. Clean and cover any food containers and food contact surfaces. If food contact surfaces are disinfected, rinse with potable water after product remains on the surface for ten minutes. If possible, use particle size droplets of 50 microns or larger.

B. Residential Structures: It is recommended to have residents and pets absent when treating. The more organized a household is, the easier to conduct a proper treatment. Have homeowners clean and remove obstacles that will hinder application effectiveness. Remove pet water and food bowls, cover fish tanks and secure food and utensils away protected areas. Do not spray cardboard cereal boxes and food stuffs directly. If after 10 minutes surfaces are still wet, dry if necessary, with a dry cloth or paper towel. Dispose of as necessary.

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