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We use commercial grade foggers, which releases a fine mist of powerful, disinfecting contents that disperse throughout the room, eliminating germs, bacteria, and other harmful microorganisms on everything the fog touches.

Fogging Staircase


  • They are an incredibly effective way to eliminate germs and viruses and create a healthier environment.

  • They deliver disinfectant to places that might otherwise be missed, overlooked, or out of reach.

  • They are safe to use.

  • They are cost and time effective. 


First, we Clean, then we Disinfect! Why?


The CDC explains it this way: 

“Cleaning” does not necessarily kill germs, but by removing them, it lowers their numbers and the risk of spreading infection.

“Disinfecting” does not necessarily clean dirty surfaces, but by killing germs on a surface after cleaning, it can further lower the risk of spreading infection. 

A publication on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency website states: 

“Clean first before you disinfect. Germs can hide underneath dirt and other material on surfaces where they are not affected by the disinfectant. Dirt and organic material can also reduce the germ-killing ability of some disinfectants”.



The regularity of cleaning and disinfecting depends on your particular situation and what’s evolving around you. Wesley Janitorial offers a range of customized schedules to meet our client needs. We offer Midday disinfecting services during business hours to ensure safety of our clients as well as their customers.

Customize our services to best suit your needs:

  • Daily Cleaning + Daily Disinfecting (Most recommended)

  • Daily Cleaning + Weekly Disinfecting 

  • Weekly Cleaning + Weekly Disinfecting

  • Business hours disinfecting (we can disinfect while you work)

Help avoid the spread of COVID-19 and other viruses and bacteria by providing disinfecting service on a recurring schedule as employees and customers are visiting your business.

Steam Cleaning



Our commercial disinfecting services are needed especially in schools, daycares, assisted living facilities, veterinary clinics, medical offices, manufacturing facilities, business offices, retail, and other businesses. 

  • Medical offices

  • Daycares

  • Assisted living facilities

  • Veterinary clinics

  • Manufacturing facilities

  • Business offices

  • Retail

  • other businesses with close quarters and high touch. 

Keys and Guidelines


Here are a few key measures that Wesley Janitorial provide to keep customers and employees safe: 

  • We use EPA-registered disinfectants that's effective against Coronavirus (COVID-19), MRSA, Norovirus, Influenza (including Swine Flu), SARS-CoV-2, HIV-1 (AIDS virus) and more.

  • We inventory critical cleaning and safety items, such as gloves, safety masks, microfiber towels/mops.

  • We give extra attention to hot spots people touch most often, such as doorknobs, countertops, door frames, chair arms, coffee areas, elevator buttons, light switches, etc.


We have made specific recommendations to our clients in preventive measures, including adjusting/adding cleaning schedules, providing additional sanitizing equipment, and suggesting non-touch soap dispensers and towel dispensers. We continuously share tips and suggestions to help customers keep their workplaces clean and safe.


In alignment with CDC and OSHA recommendations, Wesley Janitorial Service is taking measures to prevent community spread of COVID-19 and other viruses and bacteria. Wesley Janitorial has developed the following enhanced cleaning and disinfection procedures.


1. Safety guidelines during cleaning and disinfection: 

  • Wear disposable gloves when cleaning and disinfecting. Gloves should be discarded after each use. Clean hands immediately after gloves are removed.

  • Wear eye protection when there is a potential for splash or splatter to the face.

  • Gowns or aprons are recommended, but not necessary to protect personal clothing.

  • Store chemicals in labeled, closed containers. Keep them in a secure area away from children and food. Store them in a manner that prevents tipping or spilling.


1(a) Enhanced Cleaning Prevention

  • Increase the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting, focusing on high-touch surfaces, such as residence hall communal rooms, public restrooms, exercise rooms, library tables, buttons, handrails, tables, faucets, doorknobs, shared toys, and shared keyboards. 

  • Increased frequency of cleaning and disinfecting with attention to these areas helps remove bacteria and viruses, including the novel coronavirus.  


1(b) Practice good hand hygiene before and after:  

  • Wash hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds.  

  • If soap and warm water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. 


2. Cleaning and disinfection of surfaces: 

  • Clean surfaces and objects that are visibly soiled first. If surfaces are dirty to sight or touch, they should be cleaned using a detergent or soap and water prior to disinfection.

  • Clean and disinfect surfaces as soon as possible in areas where a person with respiratory symptoms (e.g., coughing, sneezing) was present.

  • Use an EPA-registered disinfectant for use against the novel coronavirus. Refer to the list of products pre-approved for use against emerging enveloped viral pathogens, or the list of disinfectants for use against Coronavirus (COVID-19), MRSA, Norovirus, Influenza (including Swine Flu), SARS-CoV-2, HIV-1 (AIDS virus) and more.

  • When cleaning and disinfecting rooms with increased surface area due to a large number of desks, tables, and other furniture, and where a spray application of disinfectant is needed, we will notify the management in advance if the spraying will occur during normal work hours. Advance notice allows occupants to be apprised of the schedule for disinfection of the space and any areas that may require restricted access during cleaning.

  • Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for safe and effective use of all cleaning and disinfection products (e.g., dilution concentration, application method and contact time, required ventilation, and use of personal protective equipment.

Fogging Office
Rubber Gloves protective equipment
Cleaning and Disinfecting
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