The Doc Disinfectant™ Process

The DOC Disinfectant Sanitizing Service™ utilizes a 3-Prong Approach to cleaning and sanitizing your facility:


Step 1: Clean

DOC Disinfectant Germicidal Sanitizing Solution™ (registered on the EPA List for Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2) is sprayed on all areas, especially high touch-point surfaces—including bars, countertops, door knobs, tables and chairs, etc.


Step 2: Coat

DOC Disinfectant™ Nano-Barrier is sprayed on all high touch-point surfaces.  DOC Disinfectant™ Nano-Barrier is a non-toxic antimicrobial technology that uses defensive antimicrobial formulas to establish a non-receptive layer on both porous and nonporous surfaces.  This attracts and physically blocks microbes from growing on objects in a given space, keeping treated areas safe.  This surface protectant coating is guaranteed to last for a minimum of 30 days for high touch-point surfaces and up to 90 days on no-to-low touch-point surfaces.




  • Antimicrobial formulas are applied creating an invisible, long-lasting barrier on all treated surfaces.
  • The barrier bonds to the surfaces and a durable nano-bed layer of electrically charged spikes are formed.
  • The molecular spikes attract, puncture and kill all harmful microorganisms.
  • Creates a lasting defense barrier for a minimum of 30 days.


Step 3: Complete

Complete the sanitizing service by back-wiping high touch-point surfaces to ensure even coverage.

Disinfection Operation Complete

After the job is complete, each business can proudly apply the “DOC Disinfectant™ Seal of Approval” by the handle of every entry door to the facility—giving employees and customers peace-of-mind to Enter with Confidence™.


Contact us today to schedule your DOC Disinfectant Sanitizing Service™.