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COVID-19 Cleaning



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Expertise In Disinfecting And Sanitizing
Jones Cleaning Services offers a deep cleaning service for commercial and residential settings. Utilizing industry standards set forth by the CDC and OSHA, our cleaning process is based around best practice and evidence-based approaches. With our Bloodborne Pathogen Certification, our employees are educated and prepared in mitigating and preventing the spread of viruses, germs and bacteria through proper cleaning techniques.
How Long Can COVID-19 Last?

Reports have shown that COVID-19 can survive from 2 hours up to 9 days on surfaces
- 3 days on plastic and stainless steel
- 24 hours on cardboard
- 4 hours on copper surfaces

EPA Approved Products & Supplies

We only utilize chemical solutions and products that have been approved and are registered with the EPA. Here is a link to a list of all approved products by the EPA. The specific products we use (listed on next page) kills 99.9% of germs, virus, bacteria and meet EPA criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

Our Disinfecting Process
Jones Cleaning utilizes a disinfecting process known as the two-pass method. This is a highly effective method for cleaning and disinfecting all contact surfaces inside a facility or home.

Our Process

Step 1

Design Treatment Map

This plan ensures that all designated areas of the facility will be effectively treated with disinfectant.

Step 2

Identify Proper PPE

Assess what gear must be worn by our employees to prevent the spread of germs and bacteria during the disinfecting process

Step 3

Initial Cleaning

Our cleaner will spray and wipe all contact surfaces and touchpoint with a detergent or all-purpose cleaner to remove dirt, germs and grime

Step 4

Cleaner will utilize an electrostatic sprayer or similar equipment to apply disinfectant a second time over all contact surfaces killing COVID-19

Deep Sanitization

COVID-19 Certified

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Ijcsa Bloodborne Pathogen Certified
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