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MRSA Is a Threat. Learn How to Thwart It with Ozone Sanitizing

May 17, 2016

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As of 01/01/2020 we no longer provide Ozone Sanitizing. This service is one of the many methods we have used in our quest to offer the most effective sanitizing and disinfecting. These studies and experiments led us to our current process, with products that are EPA registered as effective for their intended use and further validated by our own Scientific Board, allowing us to offer the most effective combination for sanitizing and disinfecting. Click here to read the updated version of this blog

A Lip Depicting MRSA Eating The Surface OF Her FleshMRSA stands for Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus. It's a bacterium that causes infections on several parts of the body. As with most multi-drug resistant pathogens, it's tough to treat since the bacteria is resistant to the most commonly-used antibiotics. Due to its increased virulence and resistance to a broad spectrum of antibiotics, it has become a focus of public health concern. MRSA can cause mild skin infections, and in more severe cases, it can infect surgical wounds, the urinary tract, the lungs, and the bloodstream. Since MRSA has become difficult to treat, it is called a "superbug". This drug-resistant superbug can eat your flesh. The symptoms caused by MRSA infections range from skin bumps that can lead to pus-filled boils to toxic shock syndrome and necrotizing pneumonia. MRSA may be spread by direct contact with an infected wound, or even by sharing personal items that have been in touch with the skin like towels, razors, and clothes. Before, this superbug was only seen in health care facilities, but now, it is becoming commonplace in the community. While this antibiotic-resistant bacterium can wreak havoc on many organs, the most common site for a MRSA infection is the skin, which is the point of entry for the bug to the body and bloodstream. The skin is the main entrance for this superbug to the rest of the body, therefore, we must keep superb body hygiene and avoid sharing our personal items with each other. We should also keep everything we come into contact with clean too. Imagine touching a remote control that has never been cleaned and that is full of germs and bacteria. Our hands may be clean, but once we touch a filthy item, our hands become dirty, too. So how do we keep this bug away from our home and our lives? One way to do this is by keeping a healthy environment that is free of germs, viruses, and bacteria in our homes. This can be achieved with Tag.Link.Page.OzoneSanitizing. Ozone sanitizing thwarts the powers of this superbug, by breaking down the cell of the bacteria. The membrane is what holds the cell together – without it, the bacteria will begin to fall apart, and eventually, the bacteria will be eradicated. Ozone kills up to 99.9% of bacteria, viruses, bed bugs, lice, dust mites, allergens, and germs. It is considered one of the most environmentally friendly sanitizing methods available. Ozone Sanitizing is drug resistant Germinator's Mobile Sanitizing is a breakthrough technology that redefines the concept of a healthy living space. It is available to anyone interested in a home sanitizing system, and it comes right to your doorstep. Yes, you read that right – we come to you and do all the dirty work, while you will enjoy the pleasures of a germ-free, virus-free, bacteria-free, and odor-free home. We use a convenient, safe, and 100% organic method that sanitizes virtually any item in your home, like your furniture, electronics, sports gear, toys, books, clothes, your pet's bed and toys, and more. Our 100% natural sanitizing method is completely safe for the entire family, including your children and pets. When you contact Germinator Mobile Sanitizing for our ozone sanitizing service, our specialists will come right to your doorstep. They will carefully collect your objects and place them into The Germinator, where they will be disinfected in an hour or less. After the session is over and all the items are placed back where they belong, you will enjoy a fresh germ-, virus-, bacteria-, and odor-free home. It's as easy as 1 – 2 – 3! Ozone sanitizing will free your entire family from the dangers of a MRSA infection. There are probably lots of items in your home that you do not clean on a regular basis and that are dirtier than you think. You do not see them, but the germs and bacteria are there, and one of those harmful bacteria may be MRSA. They are just there waiting for the perfect moment to harm you and your family. With Germinator Mobile Sanitizing's ozone technology, you can be a superhero and protect yourself and your family. Protect your family from the threats of a MRSA infection with Germinator Mobile Sanitizing & Disinfecting. Our goal is to create a healthier, safer, and more comfortable environment for you and your family. Call us at 855-NO-GERMZ (664-3769) or fill out the form below to schedule a sanitizing service. Remember to always stay in touch by liking our page on Facebook at Germinator Mobile Sanitizing, and following us on Twitter @GerminatorMS and Instagram @GerminatorMS. If you want to stay tuned for the latest information about Germinator Mobile Sanitizing & Disinfecting, subscribe to our Newsletter.

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