In a study sponsored by the EPA, 87% is the average amount of time that we spend indoors. This makes sense but is troubling when you combine it with another story; according to other studies done by the EPA, during that time you’ll be exposed to 2 to 5 times more pollutants than you would be outdoors. It somewhat intuitively turns out that indoor air is just outdoor air combined with pollutants, trace chemicals, and other potentially harmful microbes. The result? Headache...
When it comes to commercial cleaning services, LightRay UVC is an undisputed leader. With a background in commercial janitorial services, founder Chris Cunningham understands the needs of both King County’s commercial companies and residential homes when it comes to cleaning requirements and expectations.
The value and importance of professional grade cleaning and disinfection services has never been more important than in these times. With the rise of the virus that causes c...
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When it comes to disinfection services, as well as cleaning and disinfecting surfaces and objects, consumers are starting to shift away from traditional disinfection agents. It’s entirely understandable: janitorial cleaning agents like dusting or using Clorox may be tried and true. They often do little more than spreading around dirt and dust, redistributing germs and bacteria into the air and onto other surfaces. Additionally, wet dusting often involves the use of cleaning chemicals and a...
100 years ago, scientists discovered something revolutionary: if you exposed pathogens to ultraviolet (UV) light, it was difficult for those germs to reproduce. They specifically discovered that light in the 254 nanometer (254 nm) range effectively inactivated germs and pathogens. (All ultraviolet light is calculated on a UV wavelength.)
As a result, today it is common for disinfection technology to incorporate ultraviolet light (specifically UV light in the UVC spectrum) in order ...
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A recent EPA study revealed that we spend an average of 87% of our time indoors, which can be troubling when you consider that you’ll be exposed to 2 to 5 times more pollutants indoors than you would be outdoors. It turns out that indoor air is just outdoor air combined with pollutants, trace chemicals, and other potentially harmful microbes. The result? Headaches, allergies, flu outbreaks, colds, eyes irritation, runny noses, scratchy throats, etc.
How best to battle these pollutants ...