Hospital-Grade, EPA Approved Disinfectants
Our staff use hospital-grade cleaning produces that neutralize and destroy viruses and germs.
Disinfectant Spray Process Tailored For Your Workplace
We utilize electrostatic sprayers, pump sprayers, mopping or manual cleaning based on your workspace needs.
Our staff complies with all CDC guidelines including our products and use of PPE as required.
A Focus on High-Touch and High-Traffic Areas
Our staff gives special attention to high-traffic and high-touch areas such as entries, exits, hallways, meeting spaces, bathrooms, light switches, phones, keyboards, handrails, and door handles.
Pathogenic Avian Flu (HPAI)
Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococcus Faecalis (VRE)
The second step of the Staysafe process is the one that delivers the long-lasting anti-microbial protection to your working environment. Upon application, SHIELD™ forms a Covalent Bond with the surface to which it’s applied. Once cured it will not wash off and can last and remain antimicrobially effective almost indefinitely.
Unlike common disinfectants, SHIELD™ doesn’t kill microbes by poisoning them with chemicals. Instead, it eliminates them through a patented “Electro-Mechanical” process, without the use of harmful chemicals.
The first step of the StaySafe process completely disinfects every surface in the space or room. It eliminates all of the microbes that could be in the room by using our fogging technology. This step ensures that there are no microbes when we apply the anti-microbial sealant in step two. This step also eliminates many of the allergens that affect your employees day in and day out. The disinfecting process also eliminates odors in your working environment, because most odors are caused by microorganisms such as mold, mildew, and other microbes which are eliminated by this process.
Rinse, No-Wipe, One-Step:
Germicidal Cleaner Sanitizer
Odor Eliminator Mildewstat
Rotavirus, Strain WA
Hepatitis C Virus Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus
Hepatitis B Virus Duck Hepatitis
Herpes Simplex Virus 1 (Human)
Hepatitis A Virus
Swine Influenza (H1N1)
Influenza B Virus
And So Much More....