JDK Cleaning works with many local hospitality and tourism businesses across South West Wales. With the Welsh Government giving the green light for some of these businesses to open in a few weeks’ time, we are already taking bookings for deep cleans and sanitisation cleans to help get these businesses ready to re-open.
To this end, we have invested in the Storm Ballistic virus killer machine developed by leading cleaning technology designers, MotorScrubber. This state-of-the art machinery disinfects surfaces while killing viruses at the same time.
Powered by MotorScrubber’s Backpack Technology, the Storm is the ultimate floor cleaning, wall cleaning, disinfecting, on-the-go package for combating the Coronavirus. It gives us the freedom to quickly disinfect all common touch points and other surfaces with a light, spray, reducing the risk of cross infection, which is particularly important in tourism destinations.
The MotorScrubber Storm is a ballistic virus killer designed to quickly sanitise and disinfect surfaces and rooms with ease and from a safe distance by our fully trained operatives. It gives us the freedom to quickly disinfect all common touch points, reducing the risk of cross infection.
Importantly, the Storm can be used during the daytime, as people leave their accommodation and before your next guests arrive.
You can see how the machine works in the video below:
It is effective on all key touch points including doors and door handles, light switches, elevator buttons, escalator and stairwells, taps, toilet flushes, sanitiser or medical dispensaries, tables, desks, chair handles, phone headsets, etc…
During these unprecedented times, JDK Cleaning is not tying companies into long term cleaning contracts. We are able to offer one-off , regular virus, sanitisation and deep cleans to those who are looking to protect their employees and visitors from coronavirus.
To book a Storm Ballistic Virus Killer Clean, you can call JDK Cleaning on the number below. We recommend that you book as early as possible as we are currently receiving an unprecedented number of calls.