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Unfortunately, unless you or the cleaning/sanitizing service provider you employ, have done the necessary research and are utilizing the carefully selected assortment of cleaners, disinfectants and sanitizers that are typically required to properly disinfect or sanitize such a variety of surfaces and materials, it’s unlikely that the critical surfaces you and your family, friends, coworkers or customers think are being disinfected or sanitized actually are being disinfected or sanitized. 

Why? Because most disinfectants are formulated for cleaning and disinfecting hard, non-porous, non-food contact, institutional surfaces, such as the kitchen, bathroom and storage room floors in hospitals, clinics and similar facilities. 

While generally suitable for such institutional uses, not many of us live or work in environments comprised solely of hard, industrial surfaces and devoid of wood, sheetrock, fabrics and food. The soft, porous, food contact and other sensitive surfaces described above are omnipresent in our homes, offices, and lives. Yet very few disinfectants are EPA registered or approved for use on any surfaces other than “hard, nonporous” ones. In fact, all but a small percentage of disinfectants are highly toxic and, as clearly stated on their product labels, “Hazardous to Humans and Domestic Animals.” While these characteristics are typical, they’re also dangerous, and their presence alone should be enough to question if such products are appropriate for use around the people and property that inhabit a given space.


Specifically engineered to provide the highest possible coverage rate, CLEAN’s formulation includes proprietary agents and processes that not only increase its ability to spread and produce an exceptionally small application droplet size, but also enable it to penetrate both hard and porous surfaces. These unique characteristics increase both CLEAN’s coverage rate and antimicrobial efficacy.

Equally important, is CLEAN achieves its extensive Coverage Rates in less time, and with less effort than similar products, two critical considerations when measuring their true cost. And no such product is faster or easier to apply than One-Step, No-Rinse, No-Wipe, No-Gloves or other PPE Required, Spray & Walk Away PermaSafe CLEAN. 

Utilizing an electric fogger to apply a disinfectant or other antimicrobial product is another way to ensure you are receiving the most bang for your germ-killing buck, as fogging is by far the fastest, most efficient application method. In fact, using a fogger to apply these products can increase their Coverage Rates dramatically, while also reducing application times by as much as 80%! 

However, it’s important to note that very few disinfectants are approved for application by fogging. The reason for this dilemma is most disinfectants are extremely toxic and, as clearly stated on their labels, present “Hazards to Humans and Domestic Animals.” And because foggers dispense these products in the form of a very fine airborne mist or “fog,” their use can greatly increase the risk of exposure to installers, as well as any other people or pets who may wander into an area being treated. 

Due to its efficacy, safety profile and Category IV EPA Toxicity Rating (the very lowest toxicity rating the EPA can assign to any disinfectant), PermaSafe CLEAN is one of the few disinfectants that is approved for safe application by fogging. 

Its Category IV Toxicity Rating also means no gloves, respirators or other personal protection equipment are necessary when applying CLEAN, which, in turn, means less set-up time, less application time, and no gloves, respirators or other personal protection equipment to purchase, wear or constantly replace.

Even its potency pays. Because CLEAN is formulated, approved and EPA registered as a Food Surface Sanitizer, when properly applied, it kills 99.999% of harmful bacteria on hard surfaces in under 60 seconds, after being diluted 9 parts water to 1 part CLEAN.  

CLEAN is also an EPA registered “One-Step Disinfectant Cleaner” and NSF certified “No Rinse, No Wipe,” even on food contact surfaces. These product attributes mean that cleaning and compliant disinfection or sanitization can be achieved in one simple step, and without the need for any post-application rinsing or wiping, saving the user considerable time and effort and begging the question: What could possibly be faster or easier?

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