It is important to communicate that you are only providing cleaning and treatment application services. Do not make kill claims.
An acceptable phrase is “We will apply a sanitizer/disinfectant as per label instructions.” Or, if you are using a product on the EPA List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2, you can state, “We will apply a disinfectant that meets the EPA’s criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19.”
That’s all you can and should say. You are not providing testing to verify kill, nor can you control reinfection of the area after you leave. So do not make kill claims and only state the service you’re providing and product you will be using.
- Read the entire product label of each cleaning agent and disinfectant prior to use. Make sure you are mixing and applying the product exactly as the label states.
- Use a dedicated and clearly labeled applicator that is only used with the same sanitizer or disinfectant.
- Keep copies of all Safety Data Sheets (SDS) in your vehicles for each cleaning agent, sanitizer, and disinfectant you use.
- Clean all equipment and tools used on a job and apply an EPA List N Disinfectant before placing items back into your vehicle. Be sure to follow all label directions for use.
- After the last job of each day, wipe down all touch surfaces and equipment in each vehicle with a surfactant cleaner. Apply an EPA List N Disinfectant per label instructions.