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Specialist Covid Cleaner in North West England (Warrington)
Cheshire Specialist Cleaning is a contract cleaning based in Warrington, Cheshire, covering the whole of the North West of England and specialises in disinfectant and sanitisation cleaning.
We provide contract cleaning across the North West to businesses with high footfall and where cross-contamination may be more prevalent or in areas where harmful pathogens are more likely to exist.
These include the cleaning of:
Gyms , Leisure Centres, Sports Stadiums, Concert Halls. Serviced Offices, Offices, Medical Centres, and many more.
Along with the daily cleaning of removing dust, dirt and general grime our company provides not only a clean area for your business to operate in but also a safe one by using disinfectants and antimicrobial coatings.
The company provides Covid cleans both by supplying a fogging service to offices in Manchester and the surrounding areas along with electrostatic spraying of antimicrobial coatings
We are frequently asked:
What is the difference between fogging and electrostatic spraying?
Although similar disinfectants can be used in both a fogger and in electrostatic spraying to kill harmful pathogens such as Covid-19, the technology behind the two systems, and the end results, are significantly different.
Fogging systems deliver a wet mist of larger particles that passively deposit on surfaces based on the direction of the spraying, the droplets do not wrap around surfaces or objects as in electrostatic spraying, and due to the effect of gravity tend not to coat surfaces evenly which can result in longer dwell times and some hard-to-reach areas being missed.
The Electrostatic Spraying system applies small electrostatically charged droplets that wrap around surfaces, fully coating them regardless of the direction of spray.
Because the small particles in the spray are electrostatically charged, they cling to all the surfaces.
Many people confuse Fogging with Electrostatic Spraying but Fogging does not use an electrostatic charge and the disinfectant is applied in much larger particles so it goes on wet, uses more of the chemical, and takes longer to dry.
Fogging tends to be done out of hours or during the night because of the amount of chemical used, it can be very odorous and remains wet for some time.
As electrostatic spraying uses less chemical, and has a finer spray, areas do not have to be vacated while spraying is taking place. Any surfaces that have been sprayed will be touch dry in considerably less time to that of fogging.
If you require advice following a covid outbreak at you facility visit or website: https://cheshire-
or call the office on 01925 591 284
Cheshire Specialist Cleaning