As Oxfordshire’s CV19 cleaning specialist, Clean & Mist Ltd receives a high level of demand from commercial clients in the Oxford area in need of fast and effective antiviral sanitisation; our office deep clean service is requested as both a proactive and reactive measure – either in anticipation of a returning work force, or following the positive diagnosis of someone who has recently visited the site with COVID-19, or some similarly infectious.
To assist Oxford residents who may not be familiar with the ins and outs of disinfection cleaning, we’ve looked to answer some questions we frequently receive in the space below. If you’re more interested in booking office sanitising or asking a different question not featured here, pick up the phone and call our team on 01865 509 070.
Will disinfection cleaning via bio fogging effect or damage electrical equipment?
The droplets we emit via bio fogging are ultra-small; just for a sense of scale, the particles are each 10 microns, and 1 micron is just 1 thousandth of a millimetre. This means they won’t form a wet surface or interfere with electrical equipment – other than disinfecting its surface and the air around it.
What preparation needs to be undertaken before an office deep clean and antiviral sanitisation?
We recommend Oxford clients remove areas of any open food or drink containers prior to our arrival for an office deep clean.
When can I return to an areas which has undergone bio fogging / office sanitising?
30 minutes following conclusion.
Do your office deep clean methods deal with COVID-19?
Yes. CV19 cleaning is a speciality of ours, and we’ve invested a large amount of time in researching the best products and techniques for office sanitising and disinfection cleaning. Due to the fact COVID’s pathogens can linger in the air for hours after transmittal, it’s essential that Oxford clients take CV19 cleaning seriously and utilise a company that provides bio fogging; simple touch spot/surface office sanitising isn’t sufficient.