You may be questioning which process would work best for your business.
Both of these enhanced cleaning processes offer a far more detailed and thorough process then manual cleaning alone.
• Spray sanitising creates a larger droplet than fogging so whilst it is still extremely successful in killing micro organisms and bacteria it is not as effective as fogging which has a much finer mist and so disperses a much more even coverage. • Spray sanitising is more directional. The operative needs to be closer the item which needs to be sprayed and although some droplets will disperse into the air and go elsewhere, the majority will only go where the operative sprays. So for example when spraying a desk, unless the operative specifically sprays under the desk the droplets will only land on the top surface. • Spray sanitising is particularly good for common areas such as staircases, corridors and washrooms where specific surfaces are to be targeted such as hand rails, wash basins etc.
• Fogging goes everywhere as the mist is so fine it will find its way into every space in the area.
• Both processes are suitable and effective in office areas.
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