The sanitization process is an atomizing, (aerosolizing), process with the use of an aerosolizing machine that covers hard surfaces, textiles and is able to permeate into cracks/crevices/corners, that would be considered "hard to reach" areas without a process and delivery device, such as this. With the process, a product of hydrogen peroxide-based solution--appropriately diluted and concentrated, would have efficacy against viruses, bacteria and fungi. Spores are the only exception that are not sensitive to this process.
Any hard surfaces, textiles, carpets, rubberized "landing surfaces" of playgrounds, such as foam or rubber-type mats, bathroom facilities, classrooms, cafeterias, hallways, gymnasiums, locker rooms, etc. The uses are endless in most cases, as long as it is not a product, such as something electronic, that can't be exposed to liquid saturation.
Cleaning is the removal of surface dirt--sometimes with the use of a bleach-based solution but is then rinsed away to alleviate the above stated concerns. Which then leaves the sanitization process to the use of the H2O2 solution, to mitigate a sustainable sanitizing process, with less risk to the user and less residue on hard surfaces that could otherwise still be irritants to anyone in contact with the surfaces.
A product of hydrogen peroxide-based solution--appropriately diluted and concentrated, for the efficacy of eradicating viruses, bacteria and fungi on hard surfaces and textiles.
Bleach would be as effective; however, the risks of its use are far more dangerous, compared to this alternative. Bleach is a more caustic and corrosive product, that tends to break down or discolor the surfaces it is exposed to. Hydrogen peroxide solution, used with the water diluent, in appropriate concentration, is as effective and less irritant to both the user and individuals that would come in contact with the surfaces after sanitization. Additionally, because of it being far more "eco-friendly" than any chlorine-based cleaning product, it will sustain the longevity of the items it is used to sanitize, by not breaking down the surface areas, which could then create more concerns for even the ability to perform proper cleaning techniques. Bleach solutions are also far more irritant to the respiratory tract and without the ability to "aerosolize" a bleach solution, having to use it in a more saturated manner, adds the risks of respiratory and eye irritation, as well as defacement of the materials in comes in contact with, over time.
Has been the Owner/Operator of Lake Area Pressure Washing, L.L.C. since 2001. We offer many services.... pressure washing, sanitization, concrete repairs, chemical treatments, commercial maintenance, commercial painting, and handyman work. Contact Bryan today for your free quote and find out the services we provide for the area. (337) 489-2801
Has performed the passion of her profession, as a nurse, for the past twenty-eight years. Her background includes having worked in various clinical areas, from ER, NICU, Labor and Delivery, the Operating Room and Employee Health. By caring for some of the most vulnerable patients through those experiences, she prepared her for ultimate focus, and developed her love for Epidemiology and Infection Control--which motivated her to complete her credentialing as an Infection Preventionist. She has worked in that specialized field of nursing, for the past ten years and has been in business, as the Owner and Self-Contracted Consultant of HealthSAFE Quality Consulting, LLC, since October of 2017. Bridget is available for any questions and/or concerns about this process and chemicals. (337) 581-6636