KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The company today announced a new long-acting disinfectant coating is now available to help protect workplaces and employees.
"It only makes sense for businesses to provide peace of mind to their employees and customers," Don McNulty, information and safety director at Kansas City-based Crime Scene Cleaners, says.
The new "SMART Coating" is made with nanotechnology in order to provide more reliable, long-term sanitization for businesses. "While sanitizing with standard disinfectants is important, they only disinfect while a surface is wet. Once the surface dries and the disinfectants evaporate, the active disinfecting process halts," McNulty adds.
Improving the environmental safety of occupants, this new "SMART Coating" lasts for months on most surfaces and works continuously to disinfect. It leaves most surfaces disinfected 24/7 throughout this timeframe. The coating is invisible, and it does not wash away with normal cleaning procedures.
"No one can fully guarantee others won't pick up an infection, but we can help tremendously in spaces where we spend time interacting with our friends, neighbors and co-workers," McNulty said. "We can apply it to keyboards, touch screens, keypads, desktops, and even shopping carts."
Crime Scene Cleaners, LLC, is a Kansas City-based trauma abatement company established in 1999. The company began cleaning traumatic death scenes often from suicides and homicides and has since evolved to include infection-control specialty services for businesses and consumers.
Don McNulty can be reached for further clarification or comment by calling 816-982-0154. Visit www.crimescenecleanerskc.com or call the company's office at 816-808-7642 for details and service.
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