Kalamazoo Coronavirus Disinfection
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Coronavirus Disinfection Kalamazoo
We know the need for business owners to make sure that their business space is clean and free from disease-causing viruses. Employees must be protected for the overall health and safety of the workplace. We are now facing a formidable virus, Coronavirus 2019, or simply COVID-19. With the current risk of infection COVID-19 disinfection is critical. Kalamazoo Commercial Cleaning is your trusted partner for coronavirus disinfection!
Coronavis Cleaning - CDC Recommendations
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has released guidelines on how commercial business spaces should be cleaned and disinfected. During these uncertain times, it is best to be sure that you get the best company to perform the most effective and safest decontamination services. Daily deep cleaning is a must especially when the industry you are in deals with different kinds of people. We take pride in providing the best COVID Cleaning and disinfection services in Kalamazoo.
Performing routine environmental cleaning and disinfection is one of the most important guidelines set by the CDC. Cleaning frequently touched surfaces such as tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets and sinks, and touchscreens is one of the key ways to stop the spread of the virus. CDC also discourages the sharing of tools. Putting no contact sanitizers and alcohol on areas where your employees stay is also recommended by the CDC.
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We make sure that our COVID-19 disinfection practices follow CDC guidelines. The United States Environmental Protection Agency [EPA] has a list of approved disinfectants against the coronavirus. We use an EPA-approved disinfectant in performing our disinfection and deep cleaning procedures. We start by wearing disposable gloves before disinfection. Then, we clean the surfaces with soap and water. This is followed up by using disinfectants. Soap and water reduce germs and impurities on the surface. Using disinfectant kills the germs. Routine cleaning should be done on frequently touched surfaces. More frequent cleaning and disinfection may be required, based on the industry of your business. The effectiveness of EPA approved disinfectant depends on the correct use of it. Keeping the surface wet for some time before wiping it out makes the disinfection procedure more effective. Good ventilation in the area is also a must.
Our team is knowledgable and well trained to perform an EPA approved COVID-19 disinfection procedure. We are the best commercial cleaning service company in Kalamazoo who took the time to study and understand the CDC guidelines against coronavirus.
Keeping your office space virus free
Regular cleaning and coronavirus disinfection is a must, but proper safety etiquette among your employees will be a great help to reduce the risk of getting infected with COVID-19. As the business owner, you should promote etiquette for coughing, sneezing, and hand washing. You should also provide tissues, no-contact trash cans, soap and water, and hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Conducting seminars and training about how to reduce the spread of COVID-19 among your employees is also a good way to keep your office space free from viruses.
Kalamazoo Coronavirus Cleaning Questions
How do I disinfect surfaces during the coronavirus disease pandemic?
Easy to reach and frequently touched surfaces must be cleaned and disinfected regularly. These kinds of surfaces are the dirtiest parts of the office space. To disinfect them, you will be needing soap, water, and EPA approved disinfectant. If you don’t have access to the EPA approved disinfectant, we advise you to follow the CDC guidelines in making diluted household bleach. Unexpired household bleach is effective against viruses if properly diluted. Wash the surfaces with soap and water first before using a disinfectant. Be sure to make sure the area you are disinfecting is properly ventilated. Alcohol solutions with at least 70% of alcohol may also be used to disinfect surfaces. These steps are critical to proper coronavirus disinfection
How can I protect myself and others when using disinfectants?
Proper protection must be maintained when using a disinfectant. Start with proper skin and eye protection for potential splash hazards. Next, adequate ventilation is a must! Do not use more than the recommended amount of disinfectant. When diluting household bleach, use water at room temperature. We also advise you not to mix chemical products. Proper labeling of disinfectants is also encouraged. Always make sure that chemicals are out of children’s reach. Additionally, you should never ingest disinfectant products into your body or apply them directly onto your skin. Disinfectants can contain strong chemicals that may cause serious harm.