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Proactive Sanitizing: Keep Your Customers Safe at All Times

July 10, 2020

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COVID-19 has already changed the way we live and think about keeping our businesses sanitized and disinfected. Many experts predict we will come out of this pandemic with a new respect for what it takes to keep your customers safe and how we can create more hygienic spaces if we ever experience this type of health crisis again. The lessons learned during the outbreak will hopefully inspire a "new normal" where businesses take a more proactive stance when it comes to sanitizing. While we as a society could not have seen the COVID-19 virus coming, a proactive stance could have helped slow the spread of the virus and perhaps limited the damage done by it. Going forward, sanitizing and disinfecting regularly will be more important than ever.

Germinator's Proactive Sanitizing and Disinfecting Services

What is Proactive Sanitizing?

Proactive sanitizing and disinfecting means that we control a situation before it occurs, just like we saw when the pandemic hit. In the case of the coronavirus, we were reactive. We waited until there was a crisis to deal with it, which cost us valuable time in our fight against the invisible enemy. We mentioned that sanitizing alone wouldn't necessarily prevent a health crisis due to germs and bacteria. Still, sanitizing and disinfecting regularly can help prevent the spread of germs, viruses, and bacteria. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has been very clear about this during the current worldwide pandemic.

Let's forget about COVID-19 for a minute (if that's possible). This is an opportunity to keep your customers safe all the time with proactive sanitizing and disinfecting. E.coli, MRSA, and norovirus are some of the bacteria commonly found on surfaces in businesses of all types. We've still got the flu virus to contend with as well. Many kinds of germs and bacteria can thrive outside the human body for an extended time, especially on steel, plastic, and other hard surfaces. Shared touchpoints are particularly susceptible, including phones, key fobs, sink counters, and faucets, keyboards, equipment around the workplace, etc. Many people touch these surfaces throughout an ordinary day, both leaving behind and picking up germs and bacteria from anywhere else they've been. It doesn't take much to see how quickly germs, bacteria, and viruses can spread. That's why "regular" sanitizing and disinfecting should be such an essential part of your business's maintenance routine.

Proactive Sanitizing Fights the Invisible EnemyThere's no better time to start than now. As we navigate reopening, there is still uncertainty about the virus. Taking proactive measures for sanitizing and disinfecting is a great way to ensure we take the safety of our customers and employees into account as we open our doors. Germinator Mobile Sanitizing and Disinfecting is the perfect service to do this. Germinator is a safe way to help rid any surface in your home or business of harmful germs, allergens, bacteria, and odors.

Our Genesis technology is based on the power of HOCl or Hypochlorous acid. HOCl is a naturally occurring oxidant found predominantly in human white blood cells. It contains powerful disinfecting properties without being harmful to people are pets. Germinator is perfect for offices, stores, restaurants, medical facilities, schools and daycares, long-term care facilities, apartment complexes, gymnasiums, and any other place where the public works and plays. There's no better way to be proactive when it comes to sanitizing, deodorizing, and disinfecting your business and keeping your customers and employees secure as we move past the current health crisis.

Germinator's Two-Step Process is Ideal for Proactive Sanitizing

Step 1 – Genesis: The first step harnesses the power of HOCl. This is a very powerful hospital-grade disinfectant and sanitizer. It's a safe and 100% non-toxic solution that is used medically for wound care as well as in hospitals against commonly found pathogens.

Step 2 – The Shield: Step two of our process takes disinfecting and sanitizing to the next level. After disinfecting all the common touchpoints, we apply an invisible microbial coating that, when properly maintained, as proven in a major university study, helps protect surfaces for an extended period of time against the growth of mold, mildew and odor-causing bacteria. The technology provides freshness and helps combat defacement and discoloration of treated surfaces.

Germinator Sanitizing and Disinfecting ServicesBest of all, Germinator Mobile Sanitizing and Disinfecting is quick, effective, non-intrusive, and convenient. All you have to do is call us and set up a date and time. We show up and do all of the work, leaving behind a sanitized and disinfected environment that's better for your customers and will help prevent the spread of germs, viruses, and bacteria. Germinator and your regular cleaning routine are your best allies to keep your customers safe all the time — not just during a health pandemic.

As we are going into this new normal, we at Germinator want to stress the importance of following CDC guidelines for moving forward cautiously. No doubt, being more aware of our health and safety going forward can minimize the risks to one another. Germinator Mobile Sanitizing wants to be a part of your sanitizing routine. Together we can all make a difference. To learn more about Germinator Mobile Sanitizing and Disinfecting, call us at 855-NO-GERMZ (664-3769). We look forward to helping you stay secure.

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