We are now offering professional cleaning services to apply disinfectant on areas against the COVID-19 virus. This could be a home, office, or commercial business. Please contact us for a quote today.
One of the main ways in which the coronavirus transmits from one person to another is through contaminated surfaces. Evidence suggests that this virus can survive for several hours to days on porous and non-porous surfaces. This is one of the greatest threats that we face today each time we visit the grocery store, drug store, and other public places.
We offer the best cleanup services for COVID-19 in Vancouver with a team of experienced and skilled technicians. We follow the Health Canada guidelines to mitigate the contamination of the coronavirus on your indoor and outdoor surfaces. We wipe all surfaces around your home or business as needed and follow it with the application of a disinfectant.
How long does the novel coronavirus live on surfaces?
One study conducted by scientists from the CDC suggests that the COVID-19 virus can live for up to three days on plastic and stainless steel. This means that if someone with COVID-19 touches a doorknob, handle, table, countertop, keyboard, or light switch, the novel coronavirus can live on these surfaces for up to 72 hours. It is highly important that you constantly clean and disinfects your homes and cars each time you return from a public place. It is also crucial that you follow this cleaning protocol if someone in your house exhibits symptoms of COVID-19.
When it comes to the virus’s life span on fabrics, it is yet to be determined. However, the CDC recommends that you change and wash your clothes each time after you return home from a public place or a place of business. The CDC also recommends that you use the warmest water setting in your washing machine to wash your clothes and dry them. Be sure to follow the same cleaning protocol for your clothes, towels, and other fabrics, if you are caring for someone sick.
What to do if someone with coronavirus has been to your business?
If a potential COVID-19 patient visits your home or place of business, you must call a professional cleaning service provider to clean and apply disinfectant to your establishment with an EPA-registered disinfectant.
We use Health Canada approved protocols to clean and apply disinfectant on surfaces such as floors, walls, tables, doorknobs, light switches, faucets, sinks, handles, desks, and toilets.
Contact Local Trauma Clean today to schedule a COVID-19 sanitizing service as soon as possible! Our Vancouver COVID-19 sanitizing crew offers comprehensive cleanup and disinfectant application services for your home or workspaces.
We will hand-wipe and apply disinfectant to all high-traffic touch points including but not limited to: door handles, light switches, faucets, countertops, bathrooms, breakrooms, desks, chair handles, computer keyboards, telephones, and control panels with EPA-registered, hospital-grade disinfectants.
Some info about the disinfectant
The disinfectant we use is an EPA registered hospital disinfectant cleaner, mold killer, and odor eliminator. Its formula is non-irritating to the skin. Non-corrosive to most treated articles and NSF certified (No rinse required) for food contact surfaces. Kills 99.999% of bacteria; is a broad-spectrum antimicrobial that performs against bacteria, yeasts, viruses, fungi, spores, molds, mildews, and other microbes, is used against the Ebola virus according to the recent Center of Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.
The disinfectant does fit the emerging pathogen requirements for viruses showing efficacy against enveloped and non-enveloped viruses both large and small. Due to the fact that COVID-19 is in the coronavirus genus, and it currently has efficacy on Feline coronavirus, Strain WSU 79-1683, ATCC VR 989** and Canine coronavirus Strain 1-71, ATCC VR-809**, the supplier feels it will be effective against the COVID-19.
The disinfection is done using a ULV (Ultra Low Volume) cold fogging machine, that uses large volumes of air at low pressures to transform the liquid into droplets that are dispersed into the atmosphere.