Majestic FCB

Fogging and Disinfecting For Viruses

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we are offering a service to fog and disinfect homes and businesses.  We have been in the business of indoor air quality for 20+ years and therefore we saw the need to use our plant based solution for the  disinfection of homes and businesses.   The product is a broad spectrum EPA approved disinfectant that kills 99.99% of germs and is not harmful to people, pets, or the environment.


 call Burt (706) 339-4274

Together we can help stop the spread of this virus!



We can also steam clean your carpet, upholstery, area rugs, tile, and mattresses.  

 Antimicrobial Cleaning and Fogging Availabl​e

We can apply our botanical disinfectant using an ultra low volume fogging machine to disperse the disinfectant throughout your entire HVAC system effectively killing cold and flu viruses in under 1 minute (this includes the coronavirus).


This product is made from plant extracts and kills 99.99% of germs, mold, and viruses. We use this  product to wipe down walls, floors, rails, chairs, phones, computers, and it can be safely used to clean all surfaces.  This product is safe for even kitchen counters and it  is approved for residential, schools, offices, hotels, health care, food facilities, hospitals, nursing homes, child care facilities, veterinary offices, dental offices etc.

Product information:

EPA Reg. 

Virucidal*Bactericidal*Fungicidal*Tuberculocidal in 5 minutes

Antimicrobial * Hospital Disinfectant * Deodorizer * Decontaminant. Broad Spectrum Kills 99.99% of Germs.


contact Burt (706) 339-4274 


Let's all work together to stop this virus!

Best Wishes for a Healthy Spring and Summer

Burt Sappenfield

Majestic Floor Care, LLC


Set up a "Health Checkpoint" at the entrance to your , office, building, or place of business.

For the health of everyone, it is suggested that you wear a mask and social distance.

Your "Health Checkpoint" should consist of:

  1. A bottle of hand sanitizer 
  2. A broad Spectrum Disinfectant to spray on items or shoes
  3. If available: masks

Home Health Station

Remove and disinfect all things before entering your home:

Mail, packages, shoes, glasses, phones, belts groceries, and anything else that may has a potential to bring the virus into your home.

CORONAVIRUS

Suggestions for Preventing Spread

The Coronavirus is very small (it is said to measure 0.1 to 0.2 microns) a human hair is roughly 100 microns.

So, it is like a dust particle that floats in the sunlight (BUT SMALLER!)

If the virus is floating in the air, is 6 feet distance enough? With this in mind, I believe that wearing any sort of cloth or mask 

is a good idea for everyone to wear in public (CDC is now strongly suggesting this).

THINGS TO DO AT YOUR HOME:

1. Never wear outside shoes inside your home. Remove your shoes at the door and if possible, leave them in a garage or carport. If you can’t do that, spray the soles with a disinfectant outside and put them in the laundry room.  

2.Set up a health checkpoint at the entrance to your home.If you have been in contact with others, or at a place of work, take off your clothes outside the door and put in a trash bag. Spray the clothes with a disinfectant then take directly to the washer. Then go directly to the shower.

3. Mail and packages should be sanitized outside before you bring it in your home. If you have a place outside your home to set up a health checkpoint this would be a good place to have your sanitizer, disinfectant, change of clothes, and this would also be a good place to sanitize your packages/mail.

4. Take out food. Disinfect your packages, cups, etc then disinfect your hands before eating.

5. ASSUME EVERYONE HAS CORONAVIRUS!

WHAT TO DO AT YOUR PLACE OF BUSINESS:

1. Set up a health checkpoint outside the entrance to the building. The health checkpoint should consist of a table set up with the following:

• A table with a stop sign that tells people to disinfect

• Hand sanitizer

• A broad-spectrum disinfectant in a spray bottle

• Masks  if available.

• If you have any specific directions for people that you have typed up, put the paper in a zip lock bag or laminate it so that you can disinfect it.

2. Limit the number of people that can enter your business

3. Nothing replaces SOAP and WARM WATER so when available have people wash their hands.

4. If you wear gloves, remember that your can transfer the virus on your gloves so if you are using them, be sure and take them off before you get in the car or go into your home or business.


When we fog cars, homes, buildings, doors, etc this is to kill any virus that is lingering on the surface. If we can clean the air vents and surfaces, wear masks, and use proper sanitizing procedures; 

we can help prevent the spread.

Remember – ASSUME THAT EVERYONE HAS THE CORONAVIRUS

A recent study found that the COVID-19 coronavirus can survive up to four hours on copper, up to 24 hours on cardboard, 

and up to seven days on plastic and stainless steel. 

The researchers also found that this virus can hang out as droplets in the air for up to three hours before they fall. 


  Follow the CDC's recommendations for cleaning frequently touched surfaces and objects every day. These include counters, tabletops, doorknobs, bathroom fixtures, toilets, phones, keyboards, tablets, and bedside tables.


UPDATE ON SOCIAL DISTANCING READ THE CDC RECOMMENDATIONS ON THE LINK BELOW:

 https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/news/2020/04/03/coronavirus-protection-how-masks-might-stop-spread-through-coughs/5086553002/



COMMON SENSE THINGS TO DO OR AVOID

There is so much we don't really know about the coronavirus so why take a chance. 

 

  1. NO SHOES - When you come inside your home remove your shoes (keep a can of disinfectant at the entrance to spray shoes).  Think about this:  you are out and someone coughs or sneezes.  If the droplets can last for hours or days; you walk on the droplets then come into your home and walk on the carpet, tile, or hardwoods!
  2. LAUNDER YOUR CLOTHES IMMEDIATELY - When you come into your home and you have been exposed to other people; change your clothes and immediately launder them (you might even take a shower before you change into fresh clothes).  Don't give the virus a means of transportationAlso NOTE:  It is now said the droplets when you cough or sneeze go up to 26 feet.
  3. SNEEZE OR COUGH INTO A TISSUE OR NAPKIN AND THROW IT AWAY!  
  4. WEAR A MASK OR FACE COVERING IN PUBLIC!
  5. Use caution and sanitize your hands often - When you pump your gas, touch a grocery store cart or open the door to a public place make sure you have on gloves or use a paper towel to open doors, push carts, etc (if gloves are used, discard immediately before entering your vehicle) and use  hand sanitizer if you can't wash immediately, don't assume that someone else has disinfected it!. Also, use gloves only for certain tasks then dispose of them immediately because they can also transfer the virus.  Gloves should only be worn if you do not have access to hand washing or sanitizing.  Think about this:  how many people have touch or handled the product you just bought and how cautious have they been?
  6. FURNITURE- It's not a bad idea to keep a sheet over your couch or chairs so that you can launder them. 
  7. SANITIZE - Clean and sanitize all surfaces in you home daily.  Scrubbing with soap and water and steam are always a good means of cleaning and sanitizing!
  8. STAY AT HOME!