Most frequent questions and answers
Once installed, the coating is also proven to be completely harmless to human, animal, and plant life so is the perfect addition to your antibacterial protection routine. Giving you peace of mind and the confidence to welcome your loved ones back into your home again.
InfectProtect have had the coating rigorously tested in line with British standards and have provided multiple peer reviewed scientific papers which explain the effectiveness. All testing certificates and reciews can be found on the technical page of this website.
Surfaces should be dust free prior to installation. If the surfaces are coated in dust the coating will attach themselves to the dust and therefore can be wiped away during cleaning. No additional deep cleaning is needed before installation.
The coating will not remove coffee rings, empty bins and do the vacuuming. This should be seen as an additional safety measure and remove the need for continuous sanitisation.
General day-to-day cleaning and use of the area is coated will not remove the product. The products lifespan will be shortened with use of abrasive cleaning methods such as Cream cleaner or floor scrubbers.
Installation by fogging ensures that the surfaces are not left damp. The flow rate used means that the coating will settle through the air onto the surfaces before bonding. No surfaces should be wet although time will be needed to allow the coating to settle sufficiently. After installation, one hour must be left before entering the room/area.
The coating is installed by our experienced technicians, all of whom have undertaken Infect Protect’s installation training programme. Our technicians will carry out tests following installation, capturing and logging these results. Customers are encouraged to carry out spot checks at random times, in the same specified areas using the antimicrobial testing kits which will be provided at the date of installation.
The coating permanently bonds via the natural polymerization process. In layman’s terms the coating will chemically combine to connect to the surfaces coated.