How to Get Rid of Dust and Make Your Home FREE from bacteria and viruses

Home FREE from bacteria and viruses

It’s not a secret that our home is our castle, and it’s our priority during pandemic times to keep it safe. From the average dust threats to the dangerous corona virus and widespread bacteria all over the surfaces, we tend to provide utmost solutions for the place where we live and grow.

There is no place like home, that’s why we’ve made a list of areas that require extra attention for cleaning to assure its safety:

  • Curtains;
  • Walls;
  • Shelves;
  • Soft toys;
  • Musical instruments;
  • Electronics;
  • High cabinets (let’s be honest, we are not that tall)
  • Souvenirs

We know, that the list is ongoing, and we all know how hard it can be sometimes to put extra efforts to reach high areas or simple disinfect all items and toys in a child room. However, we do recommend to use wet cleaning at least once a month for all areas listed.

Cleaning process with Kona Ozone Middle East can’t be easier: apart from wet cleaning benefits it produces ozonized water that grants antibacterial feature.

We connect with a lot of parents and clients who are doing great work eliminating toxic chemicals from their homes.  They want to do even more, but they don’t know how. We advocate and implement ozone technology to combine convenient way of organic and safe disinfection for any household.

Harmless to people, the ozone quickly attacks and eliminates contaminants. The oxidization reacts with the cell walls of bacteria and viruses the same way hydrogen peroxide and iodine do, causing cell poration of the microbe, which leads to its death.  The oxidation also removes electrons of molecules, eventually rendering them inert.  In this way O3 kills the bacteria that cause odors, viruses that cause illness, as well as breaks down bio matter on surfaces that provide the food for microbes.

Stay safe, do general cleaning at least once a month with a weekly sequence on wet home cleaning!

Stay safe and always remember: “Home is a shelter from all storms”