Disinfecting Services for COVID-19


Coronavirus Sanitation Service

  Kills 99.7% of Viruses & Bacteria

  • EPA-Registered Cleaning Disinfectants
  • ULV (Ultra Low Volume) Foggers
  • Penetrates Porous Services
  • Destroys Airborne Pathogens and Germs
  • Rapid Sanitation Process

Immediate Sanitation Appointments Available


The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is spreading quickly through our community. Sanitize and disinfect your facility to help stop the spread. Keep your community safe and healthy by taking action.

Immediate Sanitation Appointments Available

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COVID-19 Disinfecting Services


 Our expert technicians are trained to complete large-scale disinfection of facilities with an enhanced focus on high touch and common areas where contaminants could be easily spread (Elevator buttons, escalator rails, material handling equipment, break rooms, front counters, etc).

We follow the guidelines set in place by the CDC, EPA, FDA, etc. There are many methods of disinfection and you can be assured that your technician is trained to do each in the recommended manner. Our technicians also use appropriate PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) with your security and privacy in consideration. 

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1. What type of training and certifications do you have for virus decontamination?

Cleaners San Diego employees performing virus decontamination are  trained according OSHA guidelines, including Respiratory Protection training, Blood Borne Pathogen, and HAZWOPER training and certifications. Also what type of personal protective equipment (PPE) including respirators the company would use, if they have a respiratory protection program in place, and whether team members have been fit tested.


2. What chemicals are you using to disinfect?

According to the CDC and EPA, a virus can be physically removed by proper cleaning or deactivated with disinfectants, If the company tells you the name of the chemical or disinfectant they are utilizing for virus decontamination, ask them to send you the safety data sheet (SDS).  They should be able to send this to you, and the disinfectant should be on the EPA list N,  which is the approved list of disinfectants for products that meet EPA’s criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2.


What is your process for disinfecting?

Cleaner San Diego uses ULV fogging or Electro Static Application, it includes the initial CDC recommended steps , which basically say if you are providing virus decontamination services to make sure a surfaces are clean, then to let the disinfectant dwell for a specified amount of time per the product label, and then wipe it off with a clean rag or let dry.  If the company is not following the basic steps, you might not be getting the desired results.