Food Safe Surface Clean
Indoor Air Remediation
Residential / Commercial Cleaning Services
Traditional cleaners leave residue's trapping bacteria underneath. Nano bubble technology penetrates the pores we can't see, carrying ozone molecules to sanitize everything contacted.
VISUALLY CLEAN or CLEAN ?
High Output UV Ozone Generation
- Bacteria plate count reduction
- Air remediation as a treatment for asthma/allergies
Removes all odors including Tobacco and when requested; the starting point of a full top down clean
Aqueous Nano Bubble Ozone
Safe and approved for any surface that water can be applied.
Cleans deep and sanitizes at the same moment
sinks, toilets, tubs, floors, walls, carpets, drapes, glass, furniture, cookware, baby toys...
Food Safe; meat, vegetables, fruits, etc.
Test surface cleanliness in 15 seconds, while you wait.
The method approved and used by Health Canada in the Health Care Industry and Food Services Industry and others.
Factoids about cleaning
1. Cleaning: Cleaning refers to scrubbing a surface with water. This does not kill germs, but rather removes dirt, dust and soil. Even if you’re disinfecting, this step should always come first, since sanitizers and disinfectants require clean surfaces in order to be effective at killing germs.
2. Sanitizing: Sanitizing is accomplished by a device like a steam cleaner or dishwasher. This reduces germs on surfaces to levels considered safe by public health codes, but it may not kill all germs. For example, we regularly sanitize dishes, utensils and children’s’ toys, but this is not the same as disinfecting.
3. Disinfecting: Disinfectants are products that destroy 99.99% of germs — including cold and flu viruses, staph, E. Coli and Strep — on hard, non-porous surfaces. Something many people don’t know is that disinfectants must be applied wet for approximately five to 10 minutes in order to be effective
August 2000, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) formally approved the use of Ozone as an Antimicrobial Agent for the Treatment, Storage and Processing of Foods in Gas and Aqueous Phases. The approval was published on June 26, 2001
Antimicrobial products kill or slow the spread of microorganisms. Microorganisms include bacteria, viruses, protozoans, and fungi such as mold and mildew.1
FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) regulates antimicrobial products as drugs/antiseptics. As antiseptics, antimicrobial products are used to treat or prevent diseases on people, pets, and other living things.
EPA (The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) regulates antimicrobial products as pesticides. As pesticides, antimicrobial products are used on objects such as countertops, toys, grocery carts, and hospital equipment.