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Why Choose Sanitize360?

We provide Healthy Cleaning with hypoallergenic, Eco-friendly, non-corrosive treatments that are the best alternative to toxic bleach products. Electrostatic sanitizing and disinfecting reaches all susceptible surfaces with our hospital grade solution that safely treats all locations.

What is the difference between a cleaner and a Sanitizer?

Cleaners are not registered with the EPA and cannot make public health claims on their labels about killing germs or having any antimicrobial action.

Sanitizer - The FDA and EPA use the legal definition of a “Sanitizer” as a compound that is capable of killing 99.999% or a 5-log reduction of infectious organisms in bacterial population within 30 seconds. “Sanitization” means the application of cumulative heat or chemicals on cleaned food-contact surfaces that, when evaluated for efficacy, is sufficient to yield a reduction of 5 logs, which is equal to a 99.999% reduction, of representative disease microorganisms of public health importance. 

What is "Hospital" grade Disinfectant?

As part of the EPA registration process, disinfectant products are put through rigorous testing to prove their efficacy and measure toxicity.


A disinfectant destroys or irreversibly inactivates microorganisms on

hard, inanimate surfaces and objects. The EPA registers three types of

disinfectants based on the type of efficacy data submitted: Limited,

General (or Broad-spectrum), and Hospital.

You can determine the “limited,” “general,” or “hospital” disinfectant by the microorganisms listed on the label.

Limited - Must be supported by efficacy testing against either Salmonella choleraesuis (gram-negative bacteria) or Staphylococcus aureus (gram-positive bacteria). Limited disinfectants are found mostly in household use.

General - Must be supported by efficacy testing against both Salmonella choleraesuis and Staphylococcus aureus. General disinfectants are used in commercial areas.

Hospital - Must be supported by AOAC Use Dilution or AOAC Germicidal Spray efficacy testing against Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella choleraesuis and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa hides behind biofilm and is difficult to eliminate. Killing this bacteria is required for Hospital Disinfectants.

Also as part of this evaluation process, products are assigned to a toxicity category. The categories range from category 1 (highly toxic) to category 4 (no exposure warnings required on the label). 

How often should I Sanitize?

The frequency of treatments needed to maintain surface disinfection and sanitation varies greatly depending on the environment. Sanitize360 typically recommends that our residential customers treat seasonally (Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter) as well as after any large social gathering at their home (e.g. Thanksgiving dinner). In contrast, we recommend that a daycare center treats surfaces on a weekly basis. Each situation is unique, contact Sanitize360 for customized treatment options.

What is different about the Sanitize360 disinfectant?

The Sanitize360 disinfectant is unique as it is the only disinfectant of its kind that can kill drug-resistant bacteria and viruses, mold spores, C. diff, yeasts, and eliminates pollens, dander, dust mite allergens, and cockroach debris.

The disinfectant is:

o  Alcohol free

o  Fragrance free

o  Phenol free

o  Phosphorus free

o  VOC free (Volatile Organic Compounds)

o  Non flammable

o  Non-greasy

o  Non-sticky

o  Non-bleach

o  Made in the USA

o  One-Step cleaner and disinfectant

o  Ready to use disinfectant

o  No rinse sanitizer

o  Not harmful to pets or children

o  Not harmful to septic and wastewater treatment systems

o  NSF Registration Category D2 (Antimicrobial Agents not requiring rinse)

Is there a guarantee?

Sanitize360 guarantees that all hard, non-porous surfaces are disinfected/sanitized at the time of treatment. As with any type of cleaning, routine treatments are recommended to adequately maintain surface disinfection/sanitation.