What Does Prophylactic Spray Do?

April 06, 2020

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You've no doubt heard the word prophylactic and not considered its meaning. The word comes from a Greek term that means an advanced guard. In short, it applies to taking preventive measures against something. If we mentioned prophylactic spraying, we would be referring to preventive spraying, but what does prophylactic spray do and what is it used for? Prophylactic spraying has been used in farming for decades to help keep pests from destroying crops. As it applies to cleaning and sanitizing, a prophylactic spray is a spray used to help prevent germs and bacteria. All of this is a fancy way of saying that a prophylactic spray is a proactive way of dealing with something.

The Germinator's Prophylactic Spray

Proactive Versus Reactive

The current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is an example of reactive behavior. We are reacting to a health crisis in the best way we can. Suddenly the public is more aware of the importance of a sanitized environment, being cautious of the things we touch because we aren't sure who else has touched them that might have been carrying the coronavirus, and even taking more care in sanitizing our home environments when someone in the home is sick. Sanitizing regularly and effectively is something we should be doing all the time, but it isn't always done, and if it is, it isn't always done effectively. A more aware public would not have stopped the current pandemic, but if the population as a whole had spent more time with consistent and effective sanitizing solutions, we would have had a less attractive environment for the coronavirus to thrive in, thereby helping to reduce the quick spread of the disease.

By no means are we saying that sanitizing alone is enough to prevent diseases like COVID-19. This disease was going to do what it has done already. What we are saying, however, is that a more thoughtful cleaning and sanitizing routine everywhere in the world, particularly in areas where the public gathers, would have at least helped slow the spread of COVID-19. We're finding that out right now as the Centers for Disease Control push sanitizing every surface we touch. It's safe to say this has always been a recommended practice, but has this always been the case? If you're a business owner, do you truly know what products your cleaning staff use and if they're using them as directed? Are they taking shortcuts? Even if you have a cleaning and sanitizing routine in place, you may not know if it's being done appropriately unless you have time to oversee it.

The Current COVID-19 Pandemic is an Example of Reactive Behavior

Germinator Atlanta Is the Ideal Solution to Proactive Versus Reactive

Germinator Atlanta is the solution you've been waiting for to give your business, school, daycare, hospital, doctor's office, long-term living facility, gymnasium, movie theater, or store the convenient, proactive approach to helping prevent the spread of disease and the growth of germs and bacteria. To start with, Germinator Atlanta comes to you at your convenience. There's no need to hire a cleaning staff you need to oversee and no need to have potentially harmful chemical-based sanitizers kept on site. We bring everything with us to accomplish the job.

The Germinator Two-Step Process

Step One - Genesis
Our Genesis technology works by harnessing the power of hypochlorous acid (HOCl). This is an oxidant that happens naturally and is found predominantly in human white blood cells. They contain powerful disinfecting properties. The best part is, they are also safe for humans and pets. You might even be surprised to learn they are used to treat humans and pets for wound care to help protect against infectious diseases. University studies have proven that HOCl, unlike many chemical-based sanitizing products, can destroy nearly any virus or bacteria within minutes of being applied. There are no harmful fumes and no harmful residue left behind. Some of the viruses HOCl can kill include E.coli, MRSA and norovirus. We apply our natural disinfecting process by breaking it down to a micron level using atomizing technology, which means you will get complete and even coverage in large, open areas and in places that are hard to reach often neglected.

Step Two – The Shield
The Shield is the proactive step in our process. With The Shield, we create a virtual bio-barrier against germs that will last for a long time without having to reapply it. Our Shield is extremely effective against germs, bacteria, and odors. The shield's greatest asset is its ability to continue protecting surfaces long after the initial application. The Shield can be used on almost any surface in a home or business. You can use it on mattresses and furniture, showers, baths, and walls to help protect against mold and mildew. We accomplish this by using a powerful electrostatic sprayer that ensures all surfaces are evenly covered, applying our proprietary Shield microbial barrier to help control mold and bacteria while adding a hydrophobic to hard surfaces that allows them to be cleaned faster and with minimal effort. This is taking proactive action against germs and bacteria that lead to the spread of viruses.

It's Never Too Late to Get Proactive Against Germs and Bacteria

The current COVID-19 pandemic doesn't appear to be going away soon. While there is no cure for COVID-19 and we are learning more about it every day, we know our Germinator Atlanta can help prevent the spread of coronavirus. The CDC recommends sanitizing often during this pandemic, and there simply isn't a safer, better way to sanitize than with Germinator Atlanta. Right now, with so many essential businesses still open for business, sanitizing is more important than ever. The coronavirus may already be here, but if we all do our part to keep our surroundings clean and sanitized, we can do our part in helping spread the transmission of the disease.

To learn more about Germinator Atlanta and how together we can make a proactive stand against COVID-19, call us at (404) 574-5682. Together we can make a difference.

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