While businesses and home occupants are eager to have their spaces cleaned amid the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19, it’s clear that this is a double-edged sword for cleaning companies. On the one hand, the sudden surge in demand has a positive impact on business. On the other hand, handling this magnitude of sudden interest can be difficult and even a bit overwhelming in a climate ripe with panic and prevention.
In deep cleaning settings, PPE is used to create a barrier between the worker and any infectious agents (spread through airborne, contact or droplet modes) they may come into contact with. The aim is to reduce the risk of touching, transmitting or being exposed to pathogens
General Guidance for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is intended for workers or individuals who enter into spaces to clean and disinfect, where an infected or potentially infected individual is or has been located with COVID-19.
Stain, Odor, and Decontamination. It is important that the homeowner appreciates the seriousness of the problem, urine as it leaves the body and mixes with microorganisms in the carpet fibers, begins to breed bacteria, the uric acid in urine breaks down into ammonia and carbon dioxide.