If you suspect your premises are at risk of being contaminated with the Coronavirus – we can help.
We will employ a two system process –
- Touch point surface clean and sanitise
- Then fogging of the entire area with an antimicrobial cleaning solution
The frequently touched surfaces within your premises are likely to include the following:
- Desktops and work surfaces
- Doorknobs, doorplates & handles
- Computer keyboards / Mouse
- Telephone equipment
- Canteen furniture
- Sinks and kitchens
- Toilets – Taps / Flushers / Dispensers
- Water fountains
- Vending machines
- Tablets and digital devices
- Lifts and escalators
These points will be cleaned first with an antimicrobial cleaning solution. We will then complete a thorough fogging treatment throughout the building. The fogging solution is water based and even though deadly to bacteria and virus’s – it is harmless to humans and animals. The building will need to be empty though when it is applied, as the solution is atomised so could create an allergic reaction when fogged.
We will use a machine to disperse the misting/fogging treatment – it is designed to spray droplets at a very small micron level, so it can safely be dispersed all over the premises. We use two types of fogging systems – ULV Cold Fogging (Ultra Low Volume,) and Thermal Fogging. The type of treatment needed and the type of premises will determine which is used and sometimes we will use a combination of both.
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After 2 hours, the premises are once again safe to re-enter.
New Look Clean use an ATP Hygiene Meter on site before and after the cleaning process in key areas. This involves taking a swab test before the cleaning commences and then after completion of the cleaning. The results are shown within seconds of the swab being taken on site using the state of the art ATP Meter. The test results are recorded and saved for the client digitally. Using ATP hygiene testing ensures we can confirm the cleaning has been satisfactory for both the client and ourselves.
We also use disinfection indicators during the process. These indicators, placed in various areas of the room, will test the amount and concentration of disinfectant solution we have applied to the surfaces. They will indicate when sufficient amount of the product has been applied to confirm the surface has been satisfactorily sanitised. This, along with our ATP testing, will give us and our clients the peace of mind the areas are safe to be put back into use.
Fogging kills all but 0.0001% of bacteria, fungi and viruses and is the most effective way to try and prevent further infection.
Fogging is so effective as it can get to places otherwise inaccesible and unlike using cleaning cloths, there is no risk of cross contamination.