The Science of Clean – Victory Innovations

The Science of Clean

You might understand the difference between cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing – but is your current routine up to today’s standards? And more importantly, are you using the time you have to clean as efficiently as possible?

First, let’s look at a refresher on the different ways to clean a space. 

What does “clean” mean?

Cleaning removes visible soil, debris, microorganisms and organic substances from surfaces.

Sanitizing reduces bacteria to levels deemed safe by public health safety standards, decreasing the risk of infection.

Disinfecting eliminates pathogens and disease-causing microorganisms, except bacterial spores.

Popular standard cleaning methods include pre-saturated wipes and spray bottles. These may clean and partially sanitize or disinfect a surface, but often don’t provide complete surface coverage.

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With wipe-away cleaning methods, you run the risk of leaving behind visible streaks and invisible viral particles. Every missed spot is a health risk to customers, guests and staff, and every streak left behind signals that cleanliness isn’t a priority.  

Now consider how long you or your staff spend on cleaning each day. For example, using traditional cleaning methods it can take up to fifteen minutes just to clean the surfaces in a standard classroom. That means hours lost every week, which is time nobody has. You shouldn’t have to choose between keeping spaces clean and saving time. 

A smarter way to clean

What if you could ensure spaces are fully cleaned and disinfected, signal to customers and guests that their health is a priority, and save time on your cleaning routine?

Victory Innovations electrostatic sprayers are the new standard in clean for a good reason – they provide a better clean and major time savings. 

The Cordless Electrostatic System uses a charging ring to place a positive charge on whatever liquid is added to the tank. The positively charged particles repel each other, allowing for better and further distribution of liquid. And since most surfaces are negatively charged or neutral, they tend to attract the positively charged particles.

All of that means you get better surface coverage, and 90% more efficient disinfecting compared with traditional methods. 

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Interested in learning more about the science of clean? Download our free, updated eBook here to discover how you can help keep everyone in your spaces safer.