To disinfect, you must first think about carrying out a detergency phase using two different products. With the use of detergent and disinfectant, disinfection will be twice as effective. Note that the detergent helps remove dust, mold, grease, etc.
There are two ways of disinfecting the home: disinfection by manual application and surface disinfection by air. Disinfection by manual application consists of using a support soaked in disinfectant products, such as a cloth, a washing strip or even a microfiber. Airborne disinfection includes directed and non-directed dispersate. The directed dispersate consists of spraying a disinfectant product using a disinfectant spray or an electric sprayer. The non-directed dispersate is an automatic process which allows the atomization of a gas or a dispersate. This process is very effective because it helps to treat all surfaces of a home especially hard to reach areas.