We provide COVID cleaning and disinfecting services for commercial, residential, and industrial spaces, using an electrostatic disinfectant sprayer with the chemical Vital Oxide.
How do electrostatic sprayers work?
Electrostatic sprayers charge liquids as they pass through the nozzle for dispensation. When sprayed, the charged droplets repel each other but cling to surfaces with an even coating.
Traditional cleaning manually spreads disinfectant across surfaces, which can result in some areas getting oversaturated while other areas are missed. Electrostatic sprayers ensure that surfaces are evenly coated with cleaning solution for better performance and efficiency.
What are the benefits of using electrostatic sprayers?
Electrostatic cleaning is faster and more efficient than traditional cleaning. Surface areas are more thoroughly covered. Costs in both materials and labor are lower, and there is less contact between staff and surfaces.
How long does electrostatic cleaning last?
Electrostatic cleaning lasts as long as the (chemical) solution that is used in the sprayer. Most of these solutions don’t provide a protective barrier; they disinfect on contact, killing germs, bacteria, and viruses, but they do not prevent reinfection.
Workplaces that are persistently exposed to many potential pathogens (medical, schools, gyms) will benefit from daily electrostatic cleaning. Others may only need to be disinfected once a week.
Can electrostatic sprayers be used for COVID-19?
Electrostatic sprayers will treat anything that the solution disinfects, which includes COVID-19. When disinfecting a space against any pathogen, check the instructions to find out how long the solution needs to remain on a surface for maximum effectiveness. Do not wipe or clear the disinfectant too soon, as most need to be in contact with the surface for several minutes.
Because electrostatic cleaning evenly coats all surfaces with the cleaning solution (including hard-to-reach areas), it might be more effective than traditional methods. The solution does not need to be rubbed in, so it remains on the surface longer for maximum effectiveness. It also minimizes any contact that the cleaning staff might have with surfaces.
Electrostatic sprayers can be used to clean:
- Residential homes
- Restaurants and kitchens
- Food processing plants
- Assisted living facilities
- Religious facilities
About Vital Oxide
Vital Oxide is a gentle hospital disinfectant but a powerful germ killer. Unlike most traditional cleaning solutions, Vital Oxide doesn’t use harsh chemicals (such as chlorine bleach or ammonia) to kill germs. It’s odorless, nontoxic, and noncorrosive and therefore safe for use on wood, metal, and fabric.
The active ingredient in Vital Oxide is chlorine dioxide, which has been safely used to sanitize water for decades. You can spray it on a surface and then eat off that surface immediately after its contact time, which is five minutes for SARS-CoV-2.
Vital Oxide meets the EPA’s emerging pathogen requirements for viruses. It is one hundred times more powerful than ordinary disinfectants and kills 99.999% of viruses and bacteria, without harsh fumes.