Disinfecting Services

Our Botanical Disinfecting Solution is the natural solution for a wide range of cleaning challenges. This innovative product, features the patented Thymox technology and a botanically derived active ingredient and is capable of cleaning, sanitizing, disinfecting and deodorizing in a single step:

Strength, Speed, and Sensitivity

With a formula that is free of bleach and other harsh chemicals, our Botanical Disinfectant Solution is a great choice for hazard- conscious or environmentally sensitive settings.

Powered by Thymox technology, it utilizes Thymol, a cutting-edge antimicrobial agent present as a component of Thyme Oil, to quickly power through grime and destroys the germs that it encounters.

Product Efficacy

Sanitizing > 99.999% 30 Seconds:
Staphylococcus Aureus – Enterobacter Aerogenes

Kills 99.99% of Viruses in 1 Minutes:
Swine Influenza A (H1N1) – HIV-1 AIDS Virus – Human Coronavirus – Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)

Kills 99.99% of Fungi and Molds in 3 Minutes:
Trichophyton Mentagrophytes (Athlete’s Foot Fungus) – Candida Albicans

Kills 99.99% of bacteria in 2 Minutes:
Staphylococcus Aureus (Staph) – Salmonella Enterica (Salmonella) – Pseudomonas Aeruginosa (Pseudomonas) – Listeria Monocytogenes (Listeria) – Escherichia Coli (E. Coli) – Escherichia Coli (E. Coli O157:H7) – Streptococcus Suis (Streptococcus) – Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococcus (VRE) – Methicillin-REsistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) – Klebsiella Pneumoniae.

3 Minutes:
Mycobacterium Bovis BCG (TB; Tuberculosis)


Professional disinfecting services are ideal for high-traffic businesses, or those who provide services to sensitive populations like clinics and hospitals.

In these unprecedented times and as part of the effort to help businesses impacted by COVID-19, EnviroClean is responding to the current global pandemic by offering a groundbreaking cleaning and sanitizing solution for businesses and facilities.

EnviroClean incorporates the use of a professional grade botanical disinfectant combined with a unique antimicrobial surface protectant that can provide continuous protection.

The problem that most businesses face today is that common surface touch points (door handles / knobs, elevator buttons, light switches, for example) may be cleaned with disinfectants but, within hours of disinfection and continued use, microbial contaminants can begin to grow.


Kills 99.99% of Bacteria, Viruses, Fungi & Molds
  • Crawl Spaces
  • Attics
  • Basements
  • Public Buildings
  • Common Areas
  • Automotive
  • Public Transportation
  • Multi-Family Housing
  • Residential Housing
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Hotels and Motels
  • Institutional Facilities
  • Correctional Facilities
  • Military Installations
  • Offices
  • Athletic Facilities
  • Retail Stores
  • Churches
  • Colleges
  • Kitchens
  • Veterinary Premises
  • Barber Shops
  • Farms
  • Airports
  • Cruise Ships
  • Schools
  • Day Care Centres
  • Nurseries
  • Hospitals
  • Aging Care Facilities
  • Nursing Homes
  • Ambulances
  • Surgery Centres
  • Health Care Facilities
  • Clinics
  • Medical and Dental Offices
  • Restaurants
  • Cafeterias
  • Institutional Kitchens
  • Food Processing Plants
  • Dormitories
  • Classrooms
  • Bathrooms
  • Public Restrooms
  • Tanning Salons



With the COVID-19 pandemic dominating the globe, the demand for disinfecting and sanitizing equipment is at an all-time high. During this unprecedented time, many non-essential businesses around the world have been asked to close their doors in the effort to help reduce virus transmissions.

As businesses, schools and other public spaces begin to reopen, maintenance leadership in these organizations will be challenged with the need to address new cleaning standards and stricter, more frequent cleaning requirements. As part of this shift, the demand for effective disinfecting equipment solutions that provide maximum productivity and efficiency will only continue to increase.

As businesses and organizations look to meet this need, a more detailed understanding of disinfectant equipment solutions is necessary to make the right choice that will meet the productivity and safety needs associated with disinfecting, sanitizing and deodorizing applications

Spray Bottles

  • Inconsistent application coverage
  • Not spraying complete surface
  • Requires additional wiping procedures
  • Slow manual process

Pump Sprayers

  • Inconsistent application coverage
  • Slow manual process
  • Not spraying complete surface
  • Additional wiping required

Electrostatic Sprayers

  • Does not completely coat surface and may dry too quickly
  • May require additional time and labor of wiping to be effective
  • Electrostatic “wrap effect” varies depending on type of surface sprayed

SaniSpray HP

  • Consistent application coverage delivered in high production or fogging methods
  • Complete surface coverage to meet chemical dwell time requirements
  • Fastest application method – period
  • Adjustable performance to meet your disinfectants requirements


Before the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic, basic disinfectant pump sprayers or simple spray bottles have been the go-to sprayers for disinfecting, sanitizing and deodorizing applications. While still important, these applications were likely neither as large in scope nor under the type of scrutiny that exists in today’s new reality for janitorial service managers tasked with providing environments that are safe for occupancy.


Spray bottles and pump sprayers for disinfectants have been the most popular cleaning tools used for disinfecting and sanitizing applications. For the most part, these are inexpensive cleaning solutions that are readily available and easy to use – requiring little training or onboarding for the maintenance staff tasked with carrying out these applications.


While these solutions may provide an initial savings on acquisition costs, their level of productivity leaves much to be desired. Operators will experience a slow, manual process that delivers inconsistent material coverage – often resulting in unwanted drips and runs that require an additional step to wipe sprayed areas to adequately cover potentially contaminated surfaces. Increased operator fatigue also plays a role due to the amount of times operators are pulling and holding the trigger and constant refilling of small reservoirs – especially on spaces with larger surface areas.


Electrostatic spraying of paints has been around since the 1940s and is the preferred method for the effective coating of metal surfaces including railings, gates, banisters, metal doors, industrial equipment, fencing, and pipes.

Extremely low power versions of this technology have also been applied to equipment dedicated to disinfecting applications. When tasked with higher levels of productivity and larger disinfecting jobs, it is not uncommon for maintenance staff to look to electrostatic disinfectant equipment.

In theory, these solutions provide a negative charge to the disinfecting solution as it exits the spray nozzle. The charged particles are attracted to a grounded surface (or a surface with a neutral electrical condition), providing a “wrap” effect around all sides of the surface.


With the charged disinfectant particles designed to repel each other and adhere to uncoated surfaces, dedicated electrostatic sprayers for applying disinfectants can provide coverage on complex surfaces, provided that the operator is able to properly ground the object in order to achieve the desired wrap effect.


Electrostatic spraying has typically been used in a controlled environment, such as a paint spray booth. This controlled environment, with minimal air movement and proper grounding of the sprayer and the surface being sprayed can result in high transfer efficiency of the material and wrapping effect onto the grounded object. Without adequate environmental and grounding controls, natural attraction of electrons and neutrons will be negatively impacted – resulting in a lower transfer efficiency and limited wrap effect.

In addition to inadequate grounding, the wrap effect provided by electrostatic sprayers can vary greatly depending on the actual charge and the type of surface, wind and the distance away from the surface sprayed. Many electrostatic disinfectant sprayers provide a limited charge, comparable to less than 2% of the power of an industrial electrostatic sprayer found in painting applications. This significantly lower power level align with minimal charging and inadequate grounding can result in incomplete and inconsistent surface coating – making it challenging to meet required chemical dwell times across the surface being treated.


Fogging sprayers, or a “fogger” as it is sometimes called, uses a fine spray to apply a chemical solution, typically for pest or deodorizing control applications. With the recent pandemic and the growing need to effectively clean many community spaces, these sprayers are now being used for sanitizing and disinfecting applications.


Gas powered fogging sprayers provide the ability to cover, large open areas quickly. These sprayers are offered in portable configurations, which makes them a logical choice for disinfecting jobs requiring greater maneuverability.


Since fogging relies on filling air inside a room or other area being treated with disinfectant mist, it is difficult to ensure proper coverage is achieved on all surfaces. This uncertainty makes it difficult to ensure cleaning dwell times required by disinfectant manufacturers for effective applications are met. Additionally, the application process is relatively slow compared to other disinfectant sprayer solutions available today.


Used by EnviroClean Sanitizing

The need for faster, effective disinfecting equipment solutions has resulted in the introduction of new airless spraying equipment that is specifically designed to meet the needs of disinfecting and sanitizing applications. Graco SaniSpray HP sprayers are solutions dedicated to spraying disinfectants.

Highest Speed & Productivity

These new disinfectant sprayers use the power of airless spraying to deliver the highest speed and productivity when applying disinfectant materials. Maintenance professionals now have the flexibility to choose from a variety of sprayer sizes to match specific job requirements. In addition to providing unmatched application speed, the higher flow rates and larger material reservoirs also reduces operator fatigue over the course of disinfecting applications.

Consistent Atomization & Coverage

Airless disinfectant sprayers deliver the proper atomization required to quickly and consistently coat surfaces to disinfect and sanitize efficiently. Models come equipped with interchangeable tips and adjustable pressure to achieve the desired spray pattern and coverage required to meet chemical dwell time requirements.

Consistent Disinfectant Coverage from Edge to Edge

These new sprayers provide consistent application coverage that can be delivered in either high production or fine spray methods, depending on the needs of the job. These dedicated airless sprayers provide the fastest application method for effectively applying disinfectants to surfaces.

Health Canada Approved


Our Solution features Thymox® Technology, a sustainable botanical technology consisting of proprietary patented formulations with strong antimicrobial and cleaning efficacy. Thymox® Technology is environmentally friendly, non-toxic, non-corrosive, and biodegradable. The active is Thymol, which is a component of thyme oil, basically the same as the plant extract.


The active ingredient of the Thymox® botanical formula is Thymol, a natural component of thyme oil. Thyme plant has long been used by humans as a food preservative and is generally recognized as safe.