Since the outbreak of COVID-19 it is now more important than ever to keep environments safe by sanitising them.  Sanitising differs from cleaning in that it is the process of killing germs (both viruses and bacteria) that you cannot see and is achieved by using disinfectant chemicals. While cleaning will remove visible dust, grease, dirt, stains and odours from surfaces, this alone will not keep you safe from viruses and bacteria.

The best way to sanitise and tackle airborne viruses and bacteria, including Coronavirus, is to use a suitable disinfectant applied in the form of a fog or mist. This application method is known as bio fogging – a tried-and-trusted technique both efficient and fast. It produces tiny droplets that are easily diffused in the air of the area being treated, which then settle on the surfaces. In this way, bio fogging kills both airborne and surface germs.


Fogging ensures that the disinfectant gets into all the right places. It achieves this because the droplets are carried by natural air currents into all small cracks and crevices that would be otherwise impossible to reach using conventional cleaning and spraying techniques. It is a method used for routine sanitising in hospitals, gyms, schools and offices, and can also be used in domestic rooms, cars, caravans, boats or any other enclosed space.

The fogging disinfectant that is used is safe for food preparation areas with a formula which is suitable for use on most non-porous surfaces and leaves treated surfaces safe for human contact.  It has been tested to British Standard EN 14476:2013 + A2:2019 and is therefore effective against all enveloped viruses as defined by the Standard and hence includes all Coronaviruses and SARS‐ CoV‐2.  It is also effective against other common bacteria including Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, Escherichia coli (E-Coli), Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA and Super MRSA), Enterococcus Hirae, Salmonella Typhimurium, Listeria Monocytogene.

Bio fogging must be undertaken in a clean and unoccupied (human and animals) area and will be available for re-use after an hour of treatment.

We are based in Wimborne, Dorset and cover an area within a 30 minute /30 miles radius of Wimborne, but are able to travel further if required.

To protect yourself and those around you from airborne viruses and bacteria then please sanitise your spaces by contacting us.

24 Jul 2021, 4:07 AM (GMT)

World COVID-19 Stats

194,054,146 Total Cases
4,160,217 Death Cases
176,137,862 Recovered Cases

* A droplet is called, fog, mist or a spray, depending on its average size. Generally a fog is a droplet sizes of between 5-20 microns, mists with have droplet sizes of between 20 and 60 microns and anything above 60 microns is a spray.  A hair is typically 75+ microns.