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Fogging & Disinfecting COVID 19

We use hospital grade, EPA-registered effective disinfectant against Corona virus.

Fogging & Disinfecting

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Fogging & Disinfecting



Total Cleaning will provide hospital-grade disinfectant and a thermal fogging device that uses heat to create a fog-like dry mist that quickly penetrates hard-to-reach areas. It is non-corrosive and EPA approved, safe for any surfaces or electronics. It can be thoroughly applied to any surfaces and objects.

This method of disinfection can be done separately, however, it is also recommended to be used in conjunction with a deep cleaning service to ensure more long-lasting results and efficiency.



The Disinfecting Fogging  is recommended for anyone who has been either directly or indirectly exposed to any sort of virus, including viruses from flu/cold and human coronavirus. We use Thermal Fogging and Electrostatic Sprayer Systems. This method of disinfection can be safely used in homes, offices, schools, daycare facilities, gyms, locker rooms, churches, stores and more!

We use hospital grade, EPA-registered effective disinfectant against Corona virus. Protect your employees, customers and visitors from the hazard of germs and viruses, including Coronavirus, found in and around your offices and anywhere on the entire perimeter where people are interfacing.

Disinfectant Fogging Facts

What Is Disinfectant Fogging?

Conventional disinfection  use cloths and wipes that can only cover up to 35% of all surfaces at home. Disinfectant fogging works differently. Our electrostatic technology introduces negatively charged electrodes into our disinfectant. When sprayed, the disinfectant is attracted to surfaces, effectively allowing every corner and surface to be well-covered.

Is it safe?

Total Cleaning uses an anti-microbial solution that is approved for use in hospitals and government agencies and institutions. Results have proven that this solution eliminates 99% of viruses, germs and bacteria. It is non-toxic; child and pet safe, too.

Frequently Asked Questions

Chemical fogging produces a fine mist that remains suspended in the air long enough to kill airborne viruses and bacteria. It also eliminates pathogens on surfaces, including ceilings, walls, furniture and floors.

The Center for Disease Control recommends: “Cleaning visibly dirty surfaces followed by disinfection is a best practice measure for prevention of COVID-19 and other viral respiratory illnesses in households and community settings.”
First we perform a Deep Cleaning of your home. For a typical 2 bed 2 bath home, the fogging process takes approximately one hour immediately after the cleaning.
Yes, people and pets should leave the premises while the fogging takes place to allow the solution time to set without disturbance.

We offer two types of services, tailored per your specific needs. Pricing is based on square footage, total area serviced, equipment and products used as well as other factors. You will receive a detailed quote for your approval prior to scheduling your sanitizing service.

Our teams are equipped with the most advanced gear in the market of Fogger Blowers and Powered Sprayers, including protection gear. They will use fogging and spraying methods to sanitize and disinfect the entire area of requested service, while wiping door knobs and other high touch points throughout. We’re designed and geared to sanitize and disinfect both indoor and outdoor spaces as needed. It is an extremely effective system of ensuring all surfaces are completely sanitized and free of harmful bacteria and viruses, including coronavirus. We currently offer two types of customized services. Please refer to our sanitizing service menu page for more details on what each service option includes.

Our services exclusively use products that are California-compliant, EPA-registered and hospital grade disinfectants and sanitizers, eliminating a large range of germs, bacteria and viruses, including coronavirus. Our products are designed to meet all your disinfecting, sanitizing, and de-odorizing needs. It’s strong enough to be used in a hospital or medical environment, and has been specifically formulated to be used on both porous and non-porous materials. Rest assured, our products have over 130 organism kill claims including Aspergillus niger, Penecillium spinulosum, E. coli, Salmonella, HIV, Hepatitis-B, Herpes, Poliovirus, and many other pathogenic and environmental microbial organisms.

Our products can be safely used in residences, businesses, commercial institutions, daycare centers, nurseries, restaurants, hospitals and more. They’re registered on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) list of disinfectants for use in fighting the new coronavirus pandemic, meeting the agency’s emerging pathogen efficacy requirements. For a product to be EPA Registered as a disinfectant it must pass efficacy testing for each given virus or microorganism. This test includes exposing the subject strain to the disinfectant and the product must kill over 99.99% of the microorganism to pass.


Difference Between

Cleaning, Sanitizing and Disinfecting


Cleaning removes germs, dirt, and impurities from surfaces or objects. Cleaning works by using soap (or detergent) and water to physically remove germs from surfaces. This process does not necessarily kill germs, but by removing them, it lowers their numbers and the risk of spreading infection.


Sanitizing is meant to reduce, not kill, the occurrence and growth of bacteria, viruses, and fungi. This is part of the process when cleaning your home but it doesn’t solve the complete problem if you are trying to killing germs in your home or place of business and is why Disinfecting is needed in addition to sanitizing.


Disinfecting a surface will “kill” the microscopic organisms as claimed on the label of a particular product. The minimum level of effectiveness in a modern-day disinfectant is 100 percent kill of 6 log10 of an organism. A sanitizer is only required to reduce that 6 log10 down to 3 Log10. If we start with 1 million organisms on a surface then a disinfectant must kill 100 percent of them; zero left. A sanitizer only reduces the number of organisms down to 1,000 and does nothing about viruses and fungus.