Coronavirus cleaning is not too different from disinfecting for other viruses, like the flu or common cold. But nevertheless it is a good idea to hire a professional coronavirus cleaning company to get the job done properly and thoroughly. There are several methods of coronavirus cleaning that a company may use.

Fog, Mist And Vapour Method

If a fog, mist or vapour machine is being used then it is essential the correct concentration of chemical is used in order to achieve adequate disinfection. It is also important not to use too much fog, mist or vapour as this will leave a wet residue on surfaces, which could be potentially harmful.

It is important to remember that fogging, misting and vaporizing does not remove the need for surface cleaning, and in fact dirty surfaces can actually reduce the effectiveness of this method.

UV Method

UV light has been found to completely inactivate the coronavirus within 9 minutes. The UV method of coronavirus cleaning doesn’t usually leave any chemical residue behind, but, it can be harmful to unprotected skin and eyes, due to the UV exposure associated with this.

Which Method Is Best For You?

The type of coronavirus cleaning that is best for you depends on a number of things, how big the area needing to be treated is, and how well it can be sealed off. Whether there are hard or soft surfaces, as soft surfaces may act as a sponge for chemicals used in fogging methods. Finally, what type of business you have and whether you can adequately seal rooms for a period of time. A professional coronavirus cleaning company will be able to advise which course of action is best for you.