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Coronavirus Disinfection

Best Ways to Practice Coronavirus Office Safety

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As the coronavirus increases in severity expect the cost of office cleaning service ranges between $0.10 – $0.25 / Sq. Ft. This guide will help you determine the kinds of disinfecting services available and the overall cost to your business. Below are a few examples of cost for Office Cleaning Services for Coronavirus contamination removal and prevention.

Base costs Examples

How it can spread

Even though there is no known cure once infected, the virus is remarkably easy to kill outside the human body.

That includes human hands, and also commonly touched office surfaces like doorknobs, buttons, handles, desks, chairs, tables, staplers. . .and so many more, where the virus is likely to be residing if an infected individual has been in the office.

The CDC says that it may be possible to get COVID-19 by touching a surface with the virus on it, but this is not the main way it is thought to spread.

Cleaning products to prevent the Coronavirus

Commercial cleaning services are able to easily and effectively kill (really render it inactive, since a virus isn’t alive) the coronavirus using common cleaning products.

If your company is looking to do an extra thorough clean just to be on the safe side and make sure your office surfaces are coronavirus-free, click the button below to get free quotes:

Coronavirus Disinfection

The Most Effective Ways to Render Coronavirus Inactive on Surfaces

You may be surprised to learn this, but this common soap is actually the most effective way to kill the coronavirus on surfaces.

That’s because like other viruses in its family, it has a fatty “envelope” (lipid bilayer) keeping the other building blocks in place.

Soap dissolves the bonds between these fatty molecules, making the whole structure fall apart and rendering the coronavirus completely inactive and safe.

This is why the World Health Organization’s top tip for protecting yourself from the virus is to wash your hands with soapy water.

Concerned about the safety of everyone in your office?

So, what are some of the common cleaning agents?

This is also why the virus is susceptible to common cleaning products such as alcohol and chlorine, and well as many commercially available disinfecting agents.

The American Chemistry Council has released a list of products pre-approved by the EPA which have been shown effective against other “enveloped viral pathogens” and recommended for use against the Coronavirus.

You’ll notice that household names such as Purell, Clorox, and Lysol are prominently listed, along with dozens more.

The EPA has released it’s own list of “Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2“, but it may not be quite as intuitive to understand.

Frequently Asked Questions

Although the WHO is not certain exactly how long the virus causing COVID-19 persists on surfaces, they say it appears to behave like other similar viruses.

If we use that as our guide, it could be a few hours or up to several days, depending on conditions like humidity and temperature.

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