Utilize a complete service that attacks bio-contamination and cross-contamination. These conditions exists when surfaces are contaminated with various germs, bacteria, mold, mildew, and other dangerous microbes or chemistry. Cross contamination occurs when someone touches a contaminated surface. They then become a carrier of the agent and transfers it to another person, or surface. When the next person comes in contact with the person or surface, they now get exposed to those same germ, or whatever the contamination is.
Made New Again utilizes a safe and effective biocide to break down and destroy contaminants. Surfaces can also be treated with specialized protectant chemistry that will kill all contaminants that try to re-attach themselves to that surface. Both products we are non-toxic and environmentally friendly. Most disinfectants and chemicals sold and available in local Hardware and Home Improvement Centers are toxic and have dangerous side effects.
Germs and bacteria that have mutated have become immune to the commonly used disinfectants, rendering them ineffective. This crisis we now have in the healthcare industry. Our products kill germs, virus, and mold and does not allow them the opportunity to mutate. This is because they electrically and mechanically kill the organisms, and there is no chance for the organism to mutate. They are dead before they realize what happened.
These biocide products utilized are applied with a system utilizing electrostatic spray technology. This completely envelopes and coats everything in range of the sprayer. Assured complete coverage – even those hard to reach surfaces, like under the tables and counters and inside any visible space.
So what does all this mean?
Your home or workplace can be made safe and purified so everyone will lower the risk of becoming sick or being impacted with cross contamination. Please let us know how we can assist your home or workplace obtain and maintain a safe, clean and healthy environment.
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What is biofilm?
Biofilm is formed when microorganisms find a receptive environment and exposed to food and moisture. The microorganisms work together as a population and secrete sticky polymers that form a solid matrix attached the surface. Once established, it is very difficult to eliminate because the microbes have become reinforced and extremely tight in the matrix, making them resistant too disinfection.
What is Staph and MRSA?
Staph is a bacteria that can survive on dry surfaces, increasing the chance of transmission. Staphlococcus aureus has been implicated in toxic shock syndrome. During the 1980's some contaminated tampons allowed rapid growth of Staph bacteria, which released toxins into the bloodstream of the victims and the infection caused the staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome, a cutaneous reaction to the exotoxin absorbed into their bloodstream. Staph can also cause a type of septicaemia called pyaemia. All Staph infections can be life-threatening.
MRSA - (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) is problematic becoming a major cause of hospital-acquired infections, and is recognized with increasing frequency also in community-acquired infections. MRSA is, by definition, any strain of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria that has developed resistance to beta-lactam antibiotics, which include the penicillins (methicillin, dicloxacillin, nafcillin, oxacillin, etc.) and the cephalosporins. MRSA is especially troublesome with patients that have open wounds, invasive devices and weakened immune systems. These people are at greater risk of infection than the general public.
What are HAI’s?
Hospital Acquired Infections
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that in 2002, nearly 100,000 people died with a hospital-acquired infection (HAI), while an estimated 1.7 million people became infected. All in all, more people die per year in the U.S. with an HAI than from AIDS, breast cancer, and car accidents combined. A report published by the CDC (2009) estimates that HAIs cost the U.S. healthcare system between $28 and $33 billion per year.
Why are current disinfectants problematic?
Over 70% of the disinfectants used are toxic and being used to poison germs and bacteria. Side effect of this poison can cause other health-related issues, and some more ominous as the mutation they cause. This mutation of germs and bacteria have created the Superbugs we find today. This new superbugs that have been created by this resistant strain are immune to these toxic disinfectants. So not only are we suffering from side effects of poisons used to kill germs, they aren’t even killing germs like they used to. The disinfectant/cleaner we utilize does kill these Superbugs and work without the toxic side effects and do not allow any mutation.
What is the disinfectant used?
Our biocide is an approved Hospital Grade Disinfectant. It has been tested effective as a sporicide, germicide, bactericide, fungicide. The proprietary formulation makes it a unique disinfection system. It has been tested effective against the most harmful virus, bacteria, fungi, and spores. It has the highest efficacy, is non-harmful to humans, nor the environment and is so easy to use. It will not produce a harmful residue or noxious odor. It will eliminate malodors from smoke, urine, vomit, bodily fluids, sulfur, ammonia and much more. It is able to kill and remove the most resilient molds and spores. It is a broad spectrum disinfectant cleaner able to fulfill many responsibilities in one product.
What is electrostatic spraying?
Electrostatic spraying is an electrically charges spray that completely envelopes the object or surface being sprayed insuring complete coverage. In the fluorescent dye photo shown to the left, notice the even, complete coverage on the ball sprayed using electrostatics. The dyed spray was able to wrap around the ball on the left for even coating. However, the knob on the right was sprayed with the electrostatic system “off”. Without electrostatics the spray coverage is so uneven that the back side of the knob remains untouched and is able to reflect the evenly-coated electrostatic knob. The spray is condensed to 30-60 microns and the electrical charge gives it a much stronger than gravity pull, so the molecules find something to grab on to instead of just falling to the ground.
How can you tell if my surfaces are contaminated?
We use a process called ATP testing, with a hand-held luminometer that reads the residue collected from a swab and gives you a contaminant score in minutes. ATP is produced by almost all living things in their cell’s organelles called mitochondria. It stands for adenosine triphosphate and it is the major ‘currency’ of energy in the body. It is not energy itself, but rather temporarily “stores” energy in its phosphodiester bonds (the bonds between the phosphate groups of the ATP molecule).