GermWrap founders, Manuel and Jeanette Gonzalez , have a combined 20-years of experience in the medical device field. With years of experience in hospitals, emergency medical facilities, and ambulances, they are extremely familiar with the need for cleanliness. They realized that cleaning for health ties directly into what most facilities want so the need was born. The two found the most innovative technology to fulfill the need of total disinfection: an electrostatic spraying system. They soon partnered with the inventor of the system to apply electrostatic technology to disinfectants. We sat down with the couple to get answers to their most commonly asked questions.
What is GermWrap?
GermWrap is an efficient, electrostatic disinfectant application that provides 360 degrees of comprehensive solution coverage. This process eliminates 99.9999% of hidden germs, is hassle-free, and an easy way to create a healthier space.
How Does Electrostatic Disinfecting Work?
Majority of surfaces are chemically neutral, GermWrap’s system applies disinfectant to a target surface area using an electrostatic force of attraction. The electrostatic technology places a positive charge on the disinfectant as it leaves the spray nozzle. Since most surfaces are neutral or negative, the positively charged system optimizes surface adhesion and attraction due to the electromagnetic theory.
Why Use GermWrap?
GermWrap offers different types of solutions, one of which is water-based and alcohol-free; this solution is both child and pet safe, and FDA approved. GermWrap is quick and effective, as we are able to cover 54,000 square feet in one hour, with just one gallon of water-based disinfectant. GermWrap is able to sanitize a single classroom in just seconds, and the entire campus within a few hours. With the use of effective, non-toxic disinfectants, the spread of a viral outbreak can be eradicated within a few hours.
Does GermWrap Eradicate COVID-19?
GermWrap’s disinfectant is EPA approved for COVID-19 eradication on all surfaces, and it meets all AOAC efficacy testing requirements for hospital disinfection. It also meets the disinfection requirements on OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogen Guidelines.