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Definition of Sanitization

The reduction of the microbial population on an inanimate object to levels judged safe by public health standards.

It is not yet possible to test for what will kill COVID-19. We can only use products known to be effective against a wide variety of bacteria, virus, and other microbes. The goal of our process is to return your facility to as clean as possible condition. We are endeavoring to reduce the microbial load of your indoor environment.

If you have a property you need sanitized, call the experts at Biosweep of Alabama today.

Steps for Sanitization

Step 1

Cleaning, also known as soil load removal, must take place before disinfection or the use of an antimicrobial treatment. Due to the prevalence of airborne particulate (dust and other particles), and the probability of viral attachment to that particulate, contamination is possible through inhalation.

Therefore, the fogged application of a cleaning agent to precipitate particles to the surface being cleaned is recommended. The amount of product fogged should thoroughly wet the surfaces being cleaned to achieve soil load penetration and removal. The application of an antimicrobial or disinfectant prior to cleaning is ineffective, and at best, leads to inconsistent results.

Step 2

Clean surfaces. Those surfaces that are free from residue and soil are able to accept disinfectant or antimicrobial treatments. Disinfectants are generally meant to kill remnant microbes on the surfaces while antimicrobial treatments are usually meant to inhibit future growth.

Treatment options include-Liquid based disinfectant or antimicrobial products.
These products should be understood to temporarily control microbial growth on non-porous and semi-porous surfaces. Based upon water solubility and/or abrasion, these treatments must be reapplied over time.

Hiring a service provider for sanitization services

• Insured for microbial services. Licensure may be a requirement in specific states.
• Certified in directly related microbial remediation services such as biocide applications, mold remediation or pest control services.
• Beware of exclusive or excessive claims. Be cautious of those who make health or 100% guarantees of service efficacy.