Bacterial Prevention

Research shows that only 48% of acute care hospitals clean properly. These are areas trusted by the public to be clean. Imagine how the facilities we encounter daily would stack up. One common theme across all facilities is that they all believe they clean well. The research suggests otherwise.

Fact: One bacterium can multiply to more than 30,000 in five hours and to more than 16 million in eight hours.

How sure are you that your facility is being properly cleaned and disinfected? As sure as a hospital?

Odor Prevention

Did you know that 94 percent of U.S. adults said they would avoid a business in the future if they encountered a dirty restroom or that 89% say odor is a leading sign of uncleanliness? To make things worse a recent survey found that 79% of cleaning professionals say removing odors is their biggest cleaning challenge. That’s because they’re going about it the wrong way.

Don’t Remove Odors, Prevent Them

“Issues with odors in restrooms effect client’s perception and therefore can effect a business. We had an odor issue which we let MicroShield 360 address. We haven’t altered our cleaning regimen and to this day there are still no odors. I would recommend this service to other restaurant owners.”

Jennifer Short – Chief Operations Officer
Tomtreyco McDonalds, Multi-Location
Current Odor Removal Strategy
·        Routine cleaning of smelly areas
·        Wall mounted air freshener to mask odor
MS360 Odor Prevention Program
·        Proprietary deep clean of area
·        Surface preparation treatment
·        Application of MS360 coating system
·        Active monitoring of odors

Mold Prevention

Mold remediation can cost in excess of $25 a square foot while mold prevention costs just pennies. The largest mold remediation companies in the country provide no assurance the mold won’t grow back. We do.

Why? It’s simple. We’ve tested our product both internally and through independent 3rd party research labs and we know what it’s capable of. Constant prevention.

Effective at Preventing Growth of the Following Fungi, Algae, Mold, Yeast and Spores:

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