Yes, we serve a wide variety of industries. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (310) 909-7795, ext. 2 for more information.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Yes, GTech Clean meets the EPA's criteria for products that may be used against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 ("..an EPA registration number and that human coronavirus is listed as a target pathogen.") Click here to download GTech Clean EPA List of Pathogens Killed document. In addition, GTech Clean is included in the Oregon Department of Agriculture Pesticides Program "Full List of Effective Disinfectants to Help Fight Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19"), which can be accessed here.
This is dependent on a few factors, including (1) if a fogger will be used to disinfect vehicles and rooms (recommended), (2) how many vehicles, (3) the size of the room(s), and (4) how often they will be disinfected. But here are some basic assumptions to help: Our fogger disperses approximately 1 oz. to 1.5 oz. per minute. It takes approximately 1 minute to fog an SUV. If you have a fleet of 50 vehicles and disinfect 2x/week, the 5 Gallons will last approximately 5 to 7 weeks. As another example, it takes approximately 5 minutes to fog a 1,000 square foot room. If you disinfect this room 2x per week, the 5 Gallons will last approximately 40 to 50 weeks.
Yes, most agencies purchase one 16 oz. bottle for all personnel, and then refill these bottles with the 5 Gallons. This is a much more cost effective protocol.
Yes. It leaves no residue that would be harmful to children and pets.
Most agencies purchase the 5 Gallons to be used for a fogger machine when disinfecting vehicles and rooms (briefing room, report writing room, cells, booking area, locker rooms, equipment room, comm center, etc.). The 5 Gallon container is the most economical and cost efficient size for most agencies. The 16 oz. spray bottles are often used for spraying down personal equipment and uniforms. The 16 oz. bottles are usually used in the field to spray vehicle door handles, handcuffs and other hard or soft surfaces that the operator believes might have become compromised. In addition, we recommend using the 16 oz. spray bottle to disinfect face masks at the end of a shift or anytime when you can wait for the mask to dry before wearing it.
Simple - just spray on and let dry. Do NOT dilute the solution. No wiping needed! A thin layer is all that's needed to kill germs and leave a protective barrier that lasts for days. Dries quickly and doesn't leave a residue.
Yes, please contact us for a copy.
Yes, government Safety Officers have reviewed all data for both GTech Clean and GTech Flu Armour for both human and environmental safety prior to authorizing the agency from purchasing. In all cases, both GTech Clean and GTech Flu Armour have met with their approval for purchase and implementation.
GTech Clean is non-toxic and contains no harmful chemicals. Your body's natural response to any foreign substance entering your airway is to trigger a cough. For this reason, we recommend wearing a dust mask when fogging with GTech Clean, especially in closed and not well-ventilated areas. Safety glasses or goggles is also recommended, especially when implementing heavy fogging for large areas/rooms.
No, it's the same exact product. In late April 2020 we decided to change the name "Flu" because we felt it was too limiting - the product kills 99.99% of germs.
Once applied, GTech Clean's proprietary formula leaves a protective barrier that continues to kill viruses, bacteria, mildew and mold for up to 5 days. We suggest disinfecting rooms and vehicles 2x per week. For high frequency community touch points, we recommended spraying or fogging more often.
Yes, remember less is more. For most applications, ensure the nozzle is turned to mist rather than jet or stream setting. As you spray the surface move your hand slowly to spread the mist over a wider area. There's no need to respray the same area - a thin layer is all that's needed to kill pathogens and put down a layer of protection that will last up to 5+ days. If the surface is noticeably wet with GTech Clean, it's OK to simply wipe with a dry cloth or paper towel and spread the solution around the surface area.
No, GTech Clean is skin friendly, hypoallergenic, and non-toxic (no harmful chemicals).
Yes. Although GTech Armour is primarily a hand and skin sanitizer, it's great for killing germs on surfaces too when you're out and about and don't have GTech Clean handy. A few example applications: cell phone, face mask, grocery carts, and airplane trays.
GTech Clean is a clear, colorless, antimicrobial solution that is safe for application on a wide variety of surfaces and materials including fabrics, carpet, upholstery, drapes, linens, wood, plastics, stone, porcelain and metals.
Application to surfaces produces an invisible, transparent and durable antimicrobial film that will not transfer on contact with other surfaces and is non-leaching on contact with water or solvents, and produces no chemical vapors.
It physically disrupts, effectively destroying the target organism’s cell membrane on contact. Our product molecularly bonds to a treated surface, thus providing a shield of protection on the entire surface. Through extensive studies, this colorless, odorless, and non-leaching technology is found to be safe and effective against a broad spectrum of molds, fungi, bacteria, algae, and mildew.
GTech Clean protection will not wash off or wear away, providing permanent antimicrobial protection for the useful life of the product.
You can relax, knowing that the EPA stands behind our promises and testing methods.
Less is more. Do not over saturate an area - a thin layer is all that's needed to kill pathogens and provide a layer of defense that last for up to 5+ days.
• Move the sprayer (fogger) in a smooth pattern pointing towards the specific areas you want to disinfect. Much like when using a can of spray paint, do not keep it pointed at one spot.
• Take advantage of the fogger's spray distance - the GTech Clean mist can contact surfaces several feet away. We recommend standing a few feet away from the surfaces that your fogging.
• Most vehicles can be disinfected from outside the doors (i.e., without entering the vehicle).
• If a surface is visibly wet (large wet spots and/or dripping), then you've most likely applied too much solution.
• Lastly, we recommend wearing a dust mask and protective glasses/goggles when fogging.
NO! To be effective the formula needs to remain in full concentration. Do NOT dilute.