NO-CONTACT COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOL & CLEANING PROCESS
Dear Valued Customers,
As a CDC Essential Business, Johnny On The Spot Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning is proud to provide you with Cleaning & Disinfecting Services throughout the coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic
At Johnny On The Spot, the health and well-being of our Customers continues to be our primary concern. In an effort to safeguard the health of our customers and employees as the COVID-19 coronavirus circumstances continue to evolve, we’ve taken the following steps to ensure that Johnny On the Spot remains your trusted provider for all of your carpet cleaning needs.
Customer & Employee Screening
We will continue to provide customers with professional cleaning services if they are not showing symptoms such as fever, persistent coughing, or shortness of breath. If you’re suffering from any of those symptoms, your appointment will be rescheduled and we urge you to contact your local health authority.
Any team members experiencing a temperature of 100.4 or higher, or showing symptoms such as coughing, sneezing or trouble breathing, will not be permitted to provide services.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Wearing proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required. Our cleanup technicians wear a mask covering the mouth & nose to guard against splashes coming in contact with the mucous membranes of the mouth, nose, or eyes. They also wear, shoe covers, and Nitrile gloves.
We utilize cleaning products which include EPA-registered hospital-grade disinfecting products, including towelettes, containing pharmaceutical ingredients that meet OSHA’s bloodborne pathogen standard against diseases like the corona virus and other disease-causing bacteria, viruses, tuberculosis, mold, and mildew.
Clean Up Materials
The cleaning materials our technicians typically use include:
Disposable microfiber wipes, brushes and/or cleaning sponges
Trigger or Pressure sprayers
Trash bags and tape for sealing
Truck mounted, HOT water carpet extraction for cleaning carpets, tile, hardwood and upholstery.
All cleaning equipment and tools will be disinfected after each use per CDC guidelines.
We support the CDC’s first recommended step – cleaning. Our machines operate at 210 degrees Fahrenheit… that alone provides significant disinfecting through our cleaning process. Additional options are available upon request using anti-microbial, sanitizing and disinfecting products.
Our technicians apply disinfectant using three methods, depending on the circumstances.
Spray application — This process uses a pump or electric sprayer. It’s the preferred system and can be used whenever the surface or item is visibly free of soil and dirt.
Disinfecting towelettes — We use them to wipe electronic items such as phones or computers. Towelettes are preferred if the surface or item has visible, light soil or dirt.
Microfiber wipes/pads — These are an alternative to using pre-treated disinfecting towelettes. They are used with cleaning products in an appropriately labeled spray bottle.
On Site Procedures
First step, our technicians inspect and review the job and do a walkthrough to ensure that the area is ready for cleaning services. Then, they determine the ﬂow of the work to do the work as efﬁciently and effectively as possible. Our goal is to be efficient, effective and in a timely mannor.
Johnny On The Spot team members have been thoroughly trained on all social-distancing procedures including maintaining the appropriate 6-foot distance from others and frequent hand-washing & hygiene techniques
We pay special attention to carpeted or soft surfaces that have HIGH traffic areas or are extremely soiled from use.
“Cleaning of visibly dirty surfaces is the first step the CDC recommends for the prevention of COVID-19 and other viral respiratory illnesses in households.” Providing a cleaner, safer and more healthy living environment has always been one of the biggest benefits Johnny On The Spot in Alpharetta has been providing for the community. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/home/cleaning-disinfection.html