California Natural Chemical Solutions Company Disinfectant Fogger Launched

Belmont, California disinfecting solutions company NaturaWays is now selling disinfectant fogger machines. The company specializes in the development of sustainable and eco-friendly cleansers and disinfectants.

Belmont, United States - September 16, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Belmont, California natural chemical solutions company NaturaWays launched a new disinfectant fogger—Ultralight Volume Fogger. The company manufactures and distributes eco-friendly commercial grade cleaning substances and disinfectants.

More information is available at https://naturaways.com/store/Ultralight-Volume-Fogger-p208015611

NaturaWays’s new Ultralight Volume Fogger was launched to provide an easy, convenient and effective way for business owners to apply disinfectant to their commercial spaces. With the COVID-19 virus affecting many people and causing businesses to close down, more and more people are taking steps to finding their own disinfecting solutions so that their businesses can continue to run without running the risk of spreading the virus.

The Ultralight Volume Fogger is a disinfectant fogger machine that is primarily used for spraying disinfectant in medical or dental facilities. However, it can also be used for the general disinfection of all commercial spaces such as restaurants, day care centers and retail stores.

The machine is a lightweight portable disinfectant fogger that weighs around 12 pounds. It comes with a harness that allows the user to wear it like a backpack which allows for easy transporting and keeps the hands free to control the fogging hose. It is equipped with a 10 feet long cord, making it easy for the user to move around the area while disinfecting.

The ULV Fogger is used together with NaturaKlenz, which main ingredient is Hypochlorous Acid (HOCI). NaturaKlenz is a non-toxic, eco-friendly, ready-to-use, one-step cleaner and disinfectant used for general cleaning and disinfecting on hard, non-porous surfaces. It is an effective commercial grade disinfecting solution that kills pathogens such as Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, Pseudomonas Aeroginosa as well as the COVID-19 virus instantly.

It is safe to use in homes, rest rooms and private vehicles for it is 100% safe for animals and humans. It is all-natural and chemical free and does not cause eye or skin irritations. It is recognized as an FDA approved no-rinse sanitizer for food such as fruits and vegetables.

More information about NaturaWays and their disinfecting solutions are available through phone at +1-800-376-0652 or by visiting the aforementioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Julian Goduci
Email: Send Email
Organization: NaturaWays, LLC
Address: 521-K Marine View Ave, Belmont, CA 94002, United States
Phone: +1-800-376-0652
Website: https://naturaways.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88977092

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