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Clearing the fog – Galway sanitising company cleans up

Corrib Sanitising, a Galway based domestic disinfection service, has been helping shuttered businesses wipe their premises clean to reopen with their new fogging service.

With many more customer intensive business returning to work this week, Corrib Sanitising Fogging service is offering business owners the chance to ensure their premises are ready for customers and staff to be safely in place for reopening.

The fogging system disperses a disinfectant aerosol to reduce the numbers of airborne microorganisms and also applies disinfectant to surfaces that may be difficult to reach.

Using a 5% hydrogen peroxide solution enhances the microbiological efficacy and also leaves behind an invisible anti-microbial coating that protects surfaces for up to 7 days.

In recent days Corrib Sanitising have been called out to business in Galway including the Asian Tea House restaurant and Uptown Girl Beauty Salon.

There’s also been a holy touch to the business, with four churches sanitised lately, including Salthill Church, and Newport, Tiernaur and Mulranny churches in Mayo.

“It is recommended that this should be done weekly,” explained Darren of Corrib Sanitising.

“To support businesses further we can also supply, fit and fill hand Sanitising units as an extra precaution if required at entrance.,”

The Sanitiser used is widely used across USA and ICU units in Ireland. Upon fogging it sends out a cutting sting in the air, so the place must be empty while work is underway, and the entire process can take as little as half an hour.

After just 45 minutes the premises will be fully safe to employees and customers with no leftover chemical odour present.

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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