The sanitary environment of a home can be the source of many problems. Between cigarette smells or marks of mold on walls, the risks to your health are real. Are you looking for a disinfection service that’s affordable, eco-friendly, and health risk-free?

Why is our home sanitization service the best?

Effective, fast, and affordable, Precult home sanitization and disinfection service are one of a kind on the market. It’s the primary solution made from 100% natural and biodegradable products.

Thanks to our different services, we can disinfect all presented surfaces and purify the air in your home. You’ll never again have to trouble about the presence of bacteria, viruses (the flu, gastroenteritis, etc.), mold, microscopic fungi, and bad odors.

Your possibilities of becoming sick drastically decrease

Your air quality is improved

Surfaces and objects won’t be destroyed

“You’ll notify the real result later when you realize that the people in your home are no longer sick. Sure, maybe the single occasion here and there, but no cracks like before.”

To disinfect your areas and defend your environment, we’ve developed the Proactive Interior Contaminants Management. In addition to developing your quality of life by reducing all microbial hazards, our method sanitizes the air and eliminates all unpleasant odors. This process you are sure to have areas that are not only distinct but pleasantly fresh.

Not yet satisfied that our home sanitization service is the best one for you? Read more about the combined purpose behind our services.

All the disinfectants used by Precult India are registered with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and certified also. These products are 100% green, without any unhealthy substances. They are also biodegradable, non-corrosive, non-toxic, and won’t damage your electronic devices or fabrics. Moreover, they’re NSF-certified for usage in insides and around food processing and preparation spaces, without any rinsing needed.

100% that’s the percentage of customers that are happy with our services! Our customers involve professional sports team leaders, hundreds of excellent individuals, and many company heads.

Most of our customers come to us by word-of-mouth. What more evidence of our track experience in keeping promises and providing a home disinfection service that made for you!

With the current outbreak of Coronavirus, regularly cleaning and disinfecting your home is necessary for keeping yourself and your family safe and healthy.

While person-to-person transmission of COVID-19 acts a much greater risk than information via exteriors, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends sanitizing and disinfecting high-touch surfaces at least once a day, even if you are not moving house. This because anytime things or people come in and out of your home, there’s any chance of illness.

Recent research found that the novel coronavirus can live in the air for up to three hours and live on area cardboard for up to 24 hours and plastic and stainless steel for up to three days.

Here are a few steps to make sure you are accurately cleaning and disinfecting your home and keeping your household as germ-free as possible.

It’s necessary to remark that cleaning a surface – easily removing dirt and particles – is not the same as disinfecting it to kill viruses and bacteria.

There are numerous products you can use to clean solid areas, like soapy water and vinegar. And while cleaning high-traffic exteriors to exclude contaminants, dust and debris is an important step of cleaning your home, and you still need to sanitize those surfaces from the novel coronavirus.

Which Cleaning Products Kill COVID-19?

Not all cleansing products are valid on all kinds of germs, so you should know accurately which products eliminate COVID-19.

The EPA presents a full list of disinfectants that remove the novel coronavirus. You might previously have some of these useful products in your home, like:

  • Sanitizing wipes, including Clorox, Lysol, or store brand wipes
  • Disinfectant fogs, such as Purell, Clorox, or Lysol
  • Isopropyl alcohol
  • Hydrogen peroxide

And while using effective virus-killing products is key, it’s also necessary to thoroughly follow the proper methods to disinfect surfaces thoroughly. The EPA suggests letting the product sit and rest wet on areas or objects for 10 minutes, and that will kill 99.9 percent of germs.

If you don’t have any disinfecting products on hand and cannot find any in shops, the CDC gives guidance on creating a homemade bleach disinfectant spray. If you apply this product, be sure to use gloves, open your windows, and be careful since bleach can harm or discolor sensitive surfaces.

You don’t require to clean your home from top to bottom every day, but you should concentrate on disinfecting the areas that are hot-spots for germs. These are the essential items to disinfect every day:

  • Cupboard and drawer knobs/pulls
  • Faucets
  • Door knobs/handles
  • Toilets, especially the seat and handle
  • Remote controls and game controllers
  • Cell phones, tablets and other mobile devices
  • Table surfaces
  • Computer keyboards and mice
  • Kitchen and bathroom counters
  • Staircase railings
  • Refrigerator, dishwasher, oven and microwave handles
  • Light switches/switch plates

 

If possible, wear disposable gloves and dump them after disinfecting them. If you have reusable gloves, be assured to disinfect them after you have done. And forever remember to clean your hands before and after you clean and disinfect your home.

How to clean and disinfect your home if you have a sick person in your home

If you have a sick person in your home, the CDC suggests taking extra precautions to sanitize and disinfect your household areas.

If possible, the sick person should stay isolated from other people in the home and use a separate bedroom and bathroom. You should simply clean and disinfect the area around the ill person when required, such as when the room is soiled. This will help define your contact with the person who is suffering.

If possible, you can afford cleaning supplies to the sick person so they can clean their own space if they’re able. If you share a bathroom with a sick person, they should clean and disinfect the area after each use. If this is not possible, you should wait as long as possible before washing and disinfecting.