'Bugs' Burger Bug Killers Offers the Corona Two-Step

'Bugs' Burger Bug Killers Offers the Corona Two-Step

The Florida-based firm's cleaning service involves an initial application of a disinfectant (using a fogger) with a follow-up application of a virucide.

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MIAMI, Fla. —  “Bugs” Burger Bug Killers is offering a weekly disinfection service the company calls The Corona Two-Step. The protocol includes an initial application of a disinfectant (using a fogger) with a follow-up application of a virucide (Steri-Fab). They let (the disinfectant) sit and come back and then apply Steri-Fab with another fogger. Steri-Fab is labeled as a viricide and is alcohol base and will evaporate in about 10 minutes. It is a one two punch to eliminate germs and viruses.
 
West Palm Beach Restaurant and Market “Okeechobee Prime Meat Market” has signed up for a weekly service. This is the first restaurant to sign up for the service in all of South Florida, the company reports.
 
Andrew Burger, owner, said, “The pest control industry has a real opportunity to offer these types of services. It is incumbent upon us, as an industry, to take the lead in sanitizing the country. We have the equipment, know-how and license to apply.”