What do I remove from my home prior to professional disinfection services?

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When considering a deep clean — one that involves calling in a professional disinfection service like S.T.A.C.S.— clients often wonder how to prepare their space. 

Preparing your space for disinfection services
Whether in-home, on-office, or within a retail space, clients can rest assured that items need not be removed in order to ensure thorough disinfection of their space. Professional sanitization and disinfection companies use solutions that are trace-free and won’t leave a residue on surfaces. At S.T.A.C.S., our solutions are Health Canada approved, are food safe, and are environmentally friendly. 

Items that do not need to be removed include:

  • Furniture
  • Clothing
  • Cutlery/utensils
  • Plants
  • Toys
  • Electronic equipment 

    Everything in your home, office, or business can stay while it’s being sanitized!

What about people?
When a space is being professionally treated, people and pets will be asked to vacate for at least 30 minutes. This is not because the substance used to sanitize is unsafe — it is to allow the tiny droplets of sanitization solution to coat surfaces evenly without being disturbed so that the disinfection can take effect.  

Upon returning to the treated space, you will be free to resume your regular activities, confident that your space has been thoroughly protected against potentially harmful pathogens such as COVID-19.

To learn more about how S.T.A.C.S. strategic sanitization works and how to implement it in your space, contact us.