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Disinfectant Fogger Stay Safe Against Covid19

How a Disinfectant Fogger Provides Peace Of Mind During the Covid19 Pandemic

With the coronavirus pandemic having shown us just how damaging the spread of these micro menace viruses can be, the fight to eradicate these deadly little pests calls for heavy duty weaponry.

The latest big gun for combating the covid-19 pandemic has seen us turning towards fogging, and insecticide and disinfectant method prior used mainly for eradication of pests and insects .

However, fogging with the right fogger has proven to be deadly to the coronavirus .

In order for us to have the peace of mind and certainty that none of the areas in our homes or businesses are spreading these deadly viruses, a professional fogging treatment on a regular basis is an absolute must.

This is especially true if you are employing people.  Due to the lack time between people being tested for coronavirus, and when they finally get the results, we never know when we have an infected person touching surfaces, and thereby infecting others.

In order to protect ourselves and others, it has become common sense and responsible practice to implement antimicrobial technology so we all can stay safe, and keep the curve flat in order to prevent the overwhelming of our public resources.

“Antimicrobial technology can be defined as a substance that works to destroy or inhibit the growth and reproduction of harmful bacteria, mould and mildew.”
spraying an antimicrobial disinfectant onto a surface
A hand in blue gloves holding a container with a bacteria sample showing electrostatic charge
Antimicrobial Coatings, The Game Changer

It has been claimed that proper anti-viral coatings can provide up to 90 days of effective protection against bacteria and viruses.

Common disinfecting methods such as bleach, alcohol and other solvents may be toxic, whereas non-toxic fogging using polymers that are heat sensitive and encapsulated is guaranteed to be totally effective and environmentally friendly.  It is also non-toxic

In order to provide a coat of antimicrobial coating, the best method is to spray and propel these nano capsules in a smooth and even finish, and especially into the hard to reach places .

As compared to just wiping it down with an antimicrobial solution, this airless spraying method is much preferred

  • These Antimicrobial Products Are Guaranteed To Kill And Prevent The Spread Of Viruses And Bacteria
  • The Process Does Not Only Clean, But Also Treats These Deadly Intruders
  • Using The Electrostatic Spraying Method Not Only Kills Viruses And Bacteria, But Also Operates Not To Spread Them Around
  • It Is One Of The Quickest And Most Efficient Processes For Eradicating Viruses And Bacteria
  • This Antimicrobial Process Has Now Become Part Of The Cleaning Process

One Of The Main Reasons This Antimicrobial Fogging Is Becoming So Important Is Because Old Antimicrobial Wipes Are Proven To Spread The Viruses Inadvertently

Where and what should you disinfect?

Antimicrobial Products Provide A Very Wide Range Of Surface Protection And Eradication And One Should Look At

  • Common surfaces that are touched a lot such as door handles et cetera
  • Commonly used appliances and necessary commodities
  • Bench tops and shelves
  • Assessable areas such as desks, chairs and others
  • Fabrics and fibres typically used in furnishing
A close-up of a green virus in a hand
A man using electrostatic spray cleaning technology to clean chairs and tables
Electrostatic Foggers

If you want to get the full potential of disinfectant foggers, the electrostatic method is highly recommended .  This method is similar to spray-painting cars in so far as using the electrostatic effect by charging the fogging or cleaning solution so that the mist adheres to the furnishings and objects that you are sanitising and disinfecting .

This ensures an even microscopic coating of the disinfecting solution leaving you with the peace of mind that you would have taken care of viruses and bacteria that can harm your environment

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