Crystal Clean Green Cleaning Introduces Disinfectant Fog and Misting Service

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SRQ DAILY MONDAY BUSINESS EDITION MONDAY MAR 23, 2020

Crystal Clean Green Cleaning (CCGC) is pleased to announce the launch of their disinfectant fog and misting services which effectively kills various bacteria and viruses (including COVID-19) with the aim of reducing the risk of contracting and spreading of infectious diseases, and restoring health, stability, and peace of mind within the community. The service will be available starting next Monday, March 30, 2020.  The service consists of two different disinfection application types; First, all countertops table edges, light switches, knobs, and handles will be disinfected with a spray and wipe process. Next, a disinfectant solution will be distributed by means of either fogging or misting or a combination of both, depending on the need. Once the solution settles or contacts a surface, it will kill bacteria and viruses. “My biggest worry, especially during the outbreak, is that people believe they will be safe when they use any product that says “disinfect” on it.” states Steven Pajevic, C.O.O. “While normally that would be good enough for general use, with this (Corona-) virus you have to be certain the product can kill the current strain. According to Pajevic, "CCGC is using a disinfectant that specifically claims killing the COVID-19 virus.

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