We Fight Covid-19 with EPA approved Disinfectants
Corona virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Update
As details of the Corona virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) unfold many of our clients are wondering what we are doing to keep you and your office safe. Like you, we are diligently monitoring the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Newsroom for updates and any changes that might affect the way we serve you and your family. Currently no one on our team has the virus and we trust that your staff is free from it as well. We will continue to provide you the same excellent service you are used to getting from us. We will also use hand sanitizer before entry and after exiting each customer place of business as well as wearing disposable gloves while cleaning each office to maintain the integrity of that office without cross contamination. The CDC suggests that person-to-person spread is possible when one person who is contagious is in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet.) And the disease is spread through respiratory droplets that are produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. For your protection while in your place of business, we will keep our 6-feet distance from you and your staff. Like you, we too are concerned and will keep you informed if our health status changes. Thank you for trusting us with your care.
As we are facing the new normal, government organizations like the CDC have come together to give us real-time updates and best practices to continue to be safe. This includes guides focused on cleaning versus disinfecting, targeted to teach people how to best disinfect coronavirus and other common household germs, including cold and flu viruses. As a practice, the CDC has approved a disinfection process, by utilizing EPA registered and approved chemicals, reducing the risks associated with COVID-19 to limit its spread.
It's required that a surface be cleaned with either a soap and water mixture or detergent. Once dry, the surface should then be sprayed to help combat common germs and viruses on surfaces.
Simply “fogging” an area with a disinfectant does not meet EPA-registered label requirements without proper pre-cleaning and may be a violation of federal law. More importantly, improper application of the disinfectant can lead to a false sense of security, an increase in health hazards and not be effective at reducing the risk of the spread of COVID-19.
However, the CDC hasn’t deemed the “fogging” method as the most effective way to combat COVID-19, as it doesn’t clean the affected surface.
COVID-19 is an extremely serious situation and we understand that the health and safety of your staff, your family, and employees are on the line. Don’t take any chances; call SJC today.
Spiffy Jiffy Cleaning
When you choose Spiffy Jiffy Cleaning, you can expect quality professional service. We understand allowing us onto your property is a big decision. Each employee is carefully interviewed, screened, and trained. A full background check is completed on all personnel. We strive to maintain the highest quality employees in the industry.
Spiffy Jiffy Cleaning employees are trained to be careful when cleaning systematically; however, accidents might happen. Spiffy Jiffy Cleaning is bonded and carries insurance.
One of our professional Account Managers would be pleased to provide you with details of any of these services and get your cleaning services scheduled.
Be confident that professionals are entering.
We perform ongoing inspections to ensure that every clean is up to our high standards.
Let us take care of your cleaning so you can focus on more important things.
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