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Covid-19 Commercial Cleaning Disinfecting Services

We use CDC-approved equipment in cleaning and sanitizing surfaces with EPA Registered Disinfectants.

Step 1 - Cleaning and Sanitizing all high touch areas

Scrubbing and disinfecting surfaces, and this is where we employ our CDC-approved equipment and EPA registered disinfectants to combat the risk of contracting COVID-19 virus. Our years of experience and proper equipment make us different from other commercial cleaners.

Step 2 - Dry Fogging

Is a system that disperses a disinfectant solution throughout the spaces quickly, thoroughly, and effectively. We use an ultrasonic atomizing nozzle and compressed air to produce extremely small droplets of a solution (less than 10 micron) which have an electrostatic charge. The result of the atomization process is called “Dry Fog”. The fog fills an area extremely quickly, even covering hard-toreach areas (under furniture, in crevices). The fog lingers for an extended dwell time, and it leaves behind no residue to clean up after treatment. In addition, since Fog Cleaning can produce the smallest droplets of any available technology, it can also capture some airborne pathogens, not just on the surfaces.

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CDC Guidance

The Centers for Disease Controls and Prevention (CDC), suggests that it is an employers responsibility to "follow the Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfecting to develop, follow, and maintain a plan to perform regular cleanings of surfaces to reduce the risk of people's exposure to the virus that causes COVID-19." Marigold Clean can provide expert, constant and consistent cleaning protocols to help employers create a safe working environment.