You may not have heard of electrostatic cleaning before now, and if you have, it may still be pretty new to you. Electrostatic cleaning is a fantastic option for treating workplaces and commercial spaces that have many surfaces and hard-to-reach places during periods when illnesses are spreading. When you need something extra and tough incorporated into your commercial cleaning regimen, electrostatic cleaning is a great way to thoroughly clean and disinfect areas at work. Contaminants and difficult-to-tackle germs can easily hide in tough-to-reach areas, like corners of desks, chairs, restroom facilities, and much more. If your cleaning solutions and processes aren’t reaching these areas, the germs will be left behind to spread again. Let’s take a closer look at electrostatic cleaning.

What is Electrostatic Cleaning and Disinfection?

Electrostatic Cleaning is the answer for eradicating germs from your workplace. It’s these spaces and crevices where germs like to linger. Electrostatic Cleaning will reach these areas because of the charge it has with the cleaning and disinfecting solution. This charged solution will be sprayed from a specialized cleaning machine designed just for this type of application. The solution will then be dispersed and adhere itself and overlay your work surfaces in a fine coating. This special treatment will lay on all easy to access surfaces as well as difficult to reach or hard to clean corners and surfaces.

Electrostatic Cleaning is safe and really the perfect cleaning method to address all sorts of germs like flu and virus outbreaks.

When Do I Need Electrostatic Cleaning?

Electrostatic cleaning is a great solution for viruses and other strong germs. This type of process is conducted after the usual cleaning takes place at your office, school, or workspace. This is not intended as a substitute for cleaning bathrooms or lunchrooms or other work areas; it is a process intended to be applied afterward.

Electrostatic cleaning should be scheduled and performed as often as you think necessary. For example, after someone ill has been in your workplace. If the illness is a mild type of bug, electrostatic cleaning might not be necessary. But, if it is something serious, like H1N1 or COVID-19, this type of cleaning process is a must to prevent the spread and transmission in your work environment, and ensure the safety of this area to staff and visitors alike.

If another person turns up ill with these difficult viruses, it’s important to do a traditional cleaning as well as this specialized electrostatic cleaning again. With some viruses, you might not know if a person is ill until several days after they have been in your workplace. Understanding this, scheduling this type of cleaning after you regular cleaning on a consistent basis is important to help keep highly contagious bugs from spreading.

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The simple way to keep your office, school, restaurant, retail space, or other workplace clean on a regular basis is to hire a professional team to come and clean this space for you. When you also need something more serious taken care of like serious germs and viral contagions, look to us to bring you the top of the line process and expertise like electrostatic cleaning.

Learn more about our services for all your cleaning needs as well as our electrostatic cleaning service. We also have a checklist you can look over when you are interviewing your new cleaning crew. Our professional cleaning staff is bonded, insured, and maintains OSHA compliance. We would be happy to clean it for you. Please contact us online or call us at 571.451.0441 for answers to your questions and to schedule your janitorial cleaning appointment today!

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