Electrostatic cleaning begins by filling the electrostatic sprayer with hospital-grade germicide. The sprayers are then turned on, which positively charges the germicide. As a result, each atom of each drop of the germicide becomes positively charged.
Howard Building Maintenance Technician will start spraying the germicide once the electrostatic sprayer has charged. Positively charged germicide is sprayed evenly and effectively across the desired surface area. However, what is truly unique about this process is that the germicide is not immediately removed after application. Because the electrostatic sprayer uses a unique way of charging the product, the product sticks to or coats whichever surface it has sprayed.
What makes this so important? Because surfaces that are coated stay on for days and continue killing germs. Therefore, when we clean the restrooms on a weekly basis, we are disinfecting both the space on that day and the next day when we are not present physically. The team might not be on-site, but our disinfection services are!