Sanitizing and Disinfecting Businesses

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Covid19- is your business ready to re-open?

As our economy begins to re-open the CDC is recommending Sanitizing and disinfecting all facilities prior to allowing employees and patrons into your establishment, at NFR we follow CDC and EPA disinfecting guidelines to help your business safely open up to the public.

COVID 19 DEEP CLEANING  – Our technicians are trained according to the CDC Guidelines on Sanitizing and Disinfecting surfaces.

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The methods we refer to are products that Sanitize and Disinfect by killing germs.

These processes do not necessarily clean dirty surfaces or remove germs but kill them on surfaces after cleaning to further lower the risk of spreading infection. Sanitizers reduce the bacteria on surfaces by at least 99.9%.

Disinfectants kill a wider range of microorganisms including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and mold. These products are effective on all surfaces like natural stone including marble, granite, and limestone; upholstery, fabrics, carpets, and area rugs on hard non-porous surfaces like stainless steel and the components of your HVAC system.

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How do you Sanitize and Disinfect  for COVID-19?

Our technicians will do a ‘deep clean’ method that utilizes three techniques depending on your needs.

  1. WET SPRAYS – Our technicians will completely coat surfaces with a wet sanitizing or disinfecting solution and allow them to dry to ensure effectiveness.
  2. SURFACE WIPING – Wiping the surface areas ensures targeted germ killing. The wet solution is allowed to remain for 10 minutes, then the surface is wiped down for maximum effectiveness.
  3. FOGGING – Fogging allows the sanitizing and disinfecting solution to reach the nooks and crannies that might otherwise be missed.

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COVID 19 DEEP CLEANING PROCESS

National First Response technicians will perform facility cleaning and disinfection providing the customer confirm there is no active known threat of COVID-19 contamination or exposure on the premises. The customer must also acknowledge that cleaning and disinfecting will only apply to the current state of the facility—and that the facility would not be protected from future COVID-19 contamination if an infected person was to enter and occupy the building.

Most important to know is that cleaning does not kill bacteria, viruses, or fungi, commonly referred to as “germs”. Instead, cleaning is done to remove “germs,” by combining water, a cleaning product, and scrubbing. Though cleaning does not kill ‘germs,’ it is still a vital step in the deep cleaning process. The removal of dirt and debris will help make way for these products and methods that do kill ‘germs’ to actually be more effective.

The Center for Disease Control and the World Health Organization has both advised the importance of keeping a clean, sanitized, and disinfected environment to help control the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The CDC is recommending you both “clean and disinfect facilities.” Undertaking these 3 steps—cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting—is more commonly known as performing a ‘deep clean’. The health and safety of you, your employees and your patrons is our top priority, and understanding how to fight against the spread is critical.

The CDC encourages cleaning of high-touch surfaces such as:

  • Countertops and tables, Doorknobs, Handrails, Water Fountains, Carpeting, and Throw Rugs, Light Switches, Bathrooms, Phones, Keyboards, and the like.

The following environments and surfaces within them should be thoroughly cleaned:

Kitchens or Food areas, Bathrooms, Schools Classrooms, Offices, Retail Spaces, Elevators, Playgrounds, Fitness Facilities, Gyms, Theaters, Libraries, Restaurants, Bars, and Hotels.

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