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Don't Give Coronavirus a Fighting Chance

The threat of Coronavirus is weighing heavily across the country. Many cities have taken steps to curb the spread of the virus; the CDC encourages social distancing and frequent handwashing, and cities are compounding these endeavors with the shutdown of schools, theaters, and restaurants. Still, the Coronavirus continues to spread among American populations.

It’s time to battle the Coronavirus in the best way we know how – through thorough cleaning and disinfecting. High traffic areas such as healthcare centers, offices, and retail locations can be hard to disinfect and quickly become a breeding ground for viral transmission.

DBM Professional Janitorial Services offers a variety of state-of-the-art cleaning techniques that compound traditional cleaning options to kill the Coronavirus quickly and efficiently and protect your employees, clients, and patients from potential exposure.

  • We use only the disinfectant that has been EPA Approved for Coronavirus, which we get from an exclusive supplier ……which many other cleaning companies DON’T use and cannot even get due to high demand.

  • We follow CDC approved cleaning procedures, tools, chemicals, and processes

  • We offer 3 different disinfection methods:  Electrostatic sprayer, Fogger, and detailed disinfection crews & teams that hand wipe & disinfect

Many of the fears associated with the Coronavirus involve the sinister way this pathogen functions. Researchers have found that the virus can survive on surfaces and in the air for lengths of time, and those who contract it may not show symptoms for two weeks, if at all. This virus must be combated through disinfecting presently as well as utilizing techniques that will maintain disinfecting properties for weeks to come.

DBM Janitorial Services offers a frontline defense against Coronavirus with electrostatic and fogging disinfectant, as well a traditional hand wiping and sprayer cleaning options. Utilizing these options will guarantee that Coronavirus won’t have a chance to hang around.

Sanitizing Cleaning Services Floors, Carpets, Furniture - All Surfaces

Coronavirus is disarming because it can hide in places that are often missed by simple surface cleaning. Chair crevasses, corners, backs of furniture, and carpets are particularly tricky to clean and maintain quickly and efficiently. Without taking the time and care to disinfect these areas, the virus will remain viable and risks infecting anyone who may come in contact.

This is exactly why DBM Janitorial Services uses not only hand wiping techniques for surfaces but also offers fogging, spraying, atomizers, and electrostatic disinfecting options.

Electrostatic and Fogging Disinfecting Options

Electrostatic disinfectant is an efficient process that can support standard cleaning techniques and help kill current pathogen risks while combating future ones. This cutting-edge technology uses a sprayer to release a negatively charged disinfecting solution onto surfaces which then adheres to every dip, corner, and crevice. The disinfectant kills Coronavirus immediately but also remains active on surfaces over time to continue killing any viruses, bacteria, or other pathogens that may come in contact.

Because of its dispensing technique and durability, electrostatic disinfecting is a perfect option for areas that contain hard to clean areas such as waiting rooms, doctor’s offices, classrooms, and offices.

The solution used is safe for any kind of surface, including electronics.

DBM Janitorial Services also offers more traditional cleaning options that can be used in conjunction with electrostatic disinfectant. You’ll rest assured knowing that every surface, corner, chair back, and carpet has been thoroughly disinfected to combat anywhere the Coronavirus may hide.

Disinfectant Cleaning for Any Staff Facility

Right now, disinfectant cleaning practices are essential to staffed and trafficked areas. Many institutions such as medical offices, banks, and small businesses must continue to operate out of necessity to the public and employees. These facilities can be the first defense against Coronavirus by employing DBM’s expert janitorial professionals to properly disinfect with the best cleaning supplies, technology, and know-how.

Schools, offices, and other public or private areas also benefit from thorough disinfecting during this time. Since the Coronavirus can live on surfaces for up to a week, it is imperative to disinfect these areas professionally and with enduring cleaners such as electrostatic disinfecting. This will guarantee that once these institutions are once again open to the public, there will be no risk of re-infection of the virus. Now is the time to act and rid your business of any trace of the insidious Coronavirus.

Commercial Virus Protection: What Else Can You Do?

Outside of hiring DBM Janitorial Services to use professional disinfectant cleaners in your business, office, or retail space, the CDC has offered a variety of recommendations to maintain a hygienic home and work environment to lessen the probability of contracting or spreading the Coronavirus.

  • When cleaning, make sure that you are in a properly ventilated space and be sure to wear disposable gloves to protect your hands from potentially dangerous cleaning solutions.
  • Use detergent, soap, or EPA approved disinfectants such as Clorox Multi-Surface Cleaner + Bleach or Lysol disinfectant. Make sure to carefully read the directions and never mix bleach or ammonia with household cleaners.
  • To create a safe disinfectant solution, mix 5 tablespoons of bleach per gallon of water. Only use alcohol solutions with at least 70% alcohol as a disinfectant.
  • Be sure to clean frequently used surfaces such as doorknobs, light switches, faucets, and countertops. Carpets and drapes should be cleaned with warm water and thoroughly dried.
  • Do not shake out laundry and wash on the warmest setting possible. Make sure to also clean hampers and other clothing receptacles that may be exposed to dirty laundry.
  • Clean bathrooms and toilets thoroughly and frequently. If someone in the household is already ill, disinfecting the bathroom is necessary after every use.
  • Use gloves when disinfecting, handling dirty laundry, or removing garbage. Discard gloves after each use and wash your hands thoroughly.

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