Corona Virus COVID-19

Disinfecting & Sanitizing Services

Reduce micro-organisms by 99.9% on contact in Atlantic County and Cape May County, New Jersey

Offshore Carpet Cleaning & Janitorial Services are Disinfecting & Sanitizing experts for both commercial & residential properties. Viruses can survive on surfaces for up to 17 days and with symptoms showing up as long as 14 days after exposure, it is difficult to contain. Our sanitize system provides disinfection with an eco-friendly hospital grade solution that reduces micro-organisms by 99.9% on contact.

The key to a success is in the solution used and the effectiveness. Electrolyzed water (ie. hypochlorous acid) is an all-natural, no-rinse, non-toxic, non-irritant and environmentally safe antimicrobial solution that is the product of the electrochemical reaction of water, salt, and electricity. It serves as a potent antimicrobial agent, approximately 100 times as effective as chlorine bleach. Offshore produces this solution in-house with simply water, salt and electricity.

We serve the following industries:

Disinfecting & Sanitizing Services for Offices
Disinfecting & Sanitizing Services for Residential Homes
Disinfecting & Sanitizing Services for Living Communities
Disinfecting & Sanitizing Services for Manufacturing Plants
Disinfecting & Sanitizing Services for Realtor Offices
Disinfecting & Sanitizing Services for Car Dealerships
Disinfecting & Sanitizing Services for Restaurants
Retail Spaces
Malls
Schools
Public Spaces – Playgrounds & City Halls
Daycare Centers & Schools

We use a decontaminating fog in commercial and residential spaces. Sterilize and disinfect to ensure germ and bacteria elimination to any areas affected by the outbreak.

Code of Federal Regulations: Title 40 – Protection of Environment
EPA Source: Click Here
Regulation Summary: Click Here
Hypochlorous Acid: Click Here

Food Contact Surfaces
Hypochlorous Acid may be applied to food-contact surfaces in public eating places, dairy-processing equipment, and food-processing equipment and utensils. When ready for use, the end-use concentration of all hypochlorous acid chemicals in the solution is not to exceed 200 ppm determined as total available chlorine.

Drinking Water
In drinking water, hypochlorous acid should not exceed 4 mg/L (4 ppm). See the EPA National Primary Drinking Water Regulations: Click Here

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