Frequently Asked Questions

What type of protection are DOC Disinfectant™ technicians required to wear while servicing facilities?

Our DOC Disinfectant™ technicians wear full Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), including Hazmat Suits, Respirators and Protective Eyewear.

Can our employees and/or patrons be present during service?

During the DOC Disinfectant Sanitizing Service™, it is not recommended that employees nor customers be present during the service due to the requirement for each person to be suited in full PPE, etc.

How frequent should our business/facility use the DOC Disinfectant Sanitizing Service™ to ensure safety and cleanliness for our employees and customers?

Due to the various high touch-point areas and surfaces of most businesses, DOC Disinfectant™ recommends each facility be cleaned and sanitized every 30 days. However, the product used can provide a barrier of protection for up to 90 days for no-to-low touch-point areas and surfaces. Although, each business and facility can choose the frequency of the DOC Disinfectant Sanitizing Service™.

What type of solution is used for the DOC Disinfectant Sanitizing Spray™ Hand Sanitizer?

The DOC Disinfectant Sanitizing Spray™ Hand Sanitizer is an FDA/WHO certified formula that is proven to effectively kill viruses and bacteria. The formula is derived from the Guide to Local Production:  WHO-recommended Handrub Formulations, 2009. See product SDS for more information.