Thermal fogging is effective at disinfecting surfaces for pathogens, perhaps including COVID-19 since this strain of coronavirus shares some characteristics with other viruses. Decontaminating high-traffic areas with sanitation fogger is vital when trying to manage the effects of a pandemic, thus thermal fogging disinfecting could be one effective means to combat COVID-19 in both public and private spaces.
How does this fogging process work? Thermal foggers convert cleaning solutions into heated fog that can penetrate gaps and crevices as the disinfecting fog permeates the entire structure. Done correctly, thermal fogging eliminates many pathogens found in the air and on surfaces in a given area.
We generically refer to "cleaning" throughout this site, and even in our company name, in order to simplify things; however, Orlando-area JQS Commercial Cleaning, serving central Florida, does more than just "clean." Here's more information regarding the difference between cleaning vs disinfecting vs sanitizing:
Robust cleanup protocols typically entail cleaning porous and non-porous surfaces; disinfecting non-porous surfaces; cleaning and disinfecting equipment, tools and/or supplies used for entire cleanup process; and safe removal and disposal of waste. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) encourages paying particular attention and care to frequently-touched surfaces like counters, tabletops, doorknobs, light switches, bathroom fixtures, toilets, phones, keyboards and tablets. Other high-volume touchpoints cited in CDC’s commercial spaces guidance include the following: