Respiratory Syncytial Virus Disinfectant Guide

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Respiratory Syncytial Virus, also known as RSV, has been surging lately, causing an uptick in hospitalizations particularly at children’s hospitals. Scientists are speculating that a lowered exposure the last several years due to social distancing could be the cause. While most experience mild cold symptoms with RSV, children, elderly, and immunocompromised people can develop more serious complications such as bronchitis. Scientists are also looking into a possible link with RSV and developing certain seasonal allergies. Fighting the spread of a virus begins with proper cleaning hygiene. Commercial Cleaning Corp has issued this bulletin in order to provide guidance on how to properly disinfect for RSV.

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Antimicrobial Armor vs. Electrostatic Disinfection: What’s the Difference?

Commercial Cleaning Corporation is proud to announce our newest service, Antimicrobial Armor, in partnership with PRO-Techs, an industry leader in antimicrobial technology. We are looking forward to providing our clients with this advanced technology that is 99.9% effective and works 24/7 to create a barrier shield preventing the growth of germs and microorganisms.

Antimicrobial Armor, however, is not to be confused with electrostatic disinfection. The two serve different purposes, but ultimately work to achieve the same goal: to keep your facility safe and clean for its occupants.

In this blog post, we will talk about the differences between Antimicrobial Armor and electrostatic disinfection and which service is right for you. Read more “Antimicrobial Armor vs. Electrostatic Disinfection: What’s the Difference?”

The Benefits of Green Eco Cleaning

When cleaning and disinfecting your facility, it is important to note that some products being used contain harsh chemical ingredients that negatively impact both your facility’s occupants and the environment. The act of going green has been rising in popularity due to increased interest in further reducing harm to a facility’s occupants and the environment. 

Green cleaning, also known as environmentally or eco-friendly cleaning, is a great way to keep your facility and its occupants healthy and safe. Commercial Cleaning Corporation is proud to implement green cleaning into our services to ensure the health and safety of our clients and their facilities.

We encourage you to continue reading our blog post to learn about the benefits that come with green cleaning. Read more “The Benefits of Green Eco Cleaning”

Disinfectants on the EPA’s List N

With new variant strains of SARS-CoV-2 emerging in the United States, the public is left frantic with fear. Some of you may be wondering if current cleaning and disinfecting protocols will continue to be as effective. Thankfully, the EPA has just recently reported that the disinfectants available on List N are capable of killing these newer strains.

The EPA, also known as the Environmental Protection Agency, is a federal government agency committed to protecting human health and the environment. As part of their mission, the EPA reviews the safety of chemicals available in the marketplace, which ties into the current pandemic1. In this blog post, we’ll be going over important information regarding disinfectants and the EPA’s List N. Read more “Disinfectants on the EPA’s List N”

What is Green Cleaning and Why is it Important?

Green Cleaning is the umbrella term for any type of cleaning that can be considered eco-friendly. This can be anything from using a non-toxic carpet cleaner to cleaning a sink with vinegar and baking soda. Green cleaning can even refer to the use of recycled materials in product packaging.

With the COVID-19 crisis businesses, schools, and other facilities are beginning to take cleaning more seriously than before. Green cleaning solutions are not only safer to use, they have simpler ingredients and are not harmful to the environment.

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Coming Clean: Debunking Common Myths about Cleaning and Disinfecting

Cleaning may seem like an easy task with little question as to how to do it properly. However, with the threat of COVID-19 still present, understanding the truth around certain myths about cleaning and disinfecting is important for the health and safety of you, your family, employees, students, visitors, patrons, and others.

Here are seven common myths about cleaning and disinfecting that could help make your environment safer and healthier.

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Electrostatic Disinfection FAQ

How does electrostatic spray work?

Electrostatic spray gives objects an even, 360-degree coating made possible by the negative charge of the sprayed solution as it exits the tool’s nozzle and the positive charge of the surfaces it reaches. It effectively atomizes cleaning solutions in this way, using electrostatics to attach to and wrap around harmful microorganisms and remove them from surfaces, including those that are difficult to reach.

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What Is Electrostatic Disinfection and How Does It Work?

When it comes to cleaning surfaces and objects, traditional dry and wet dusting tends to be the first methods that come to mind. While these cleaning techniques are tried and true, they do little more than spread filth around, unless the rags used are washed regularly. Dry dusting kicks up resting particles, redistributing them into the air and onto other surfaces. Wet dusting can involve harmful cleaning chemicals and make it hard to reach certain spots or objects. For sensitive places, like clean rooms, R&D labs, healthcare facility cleaning and schools, there’s a more effective method for stripping dirt, dust and germs from surfaces that require specialized sanitation: electrostatic spray.

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