Milford cleaning company ensures buildings are properly cleaned amid coronavirus outbreak

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A Milford cleaning company says it has been working hard to ensure buildings are properly sanitized amid the coronavirus outbreak.

BioClean CT says it has all the tools to fight the coronavirus, including some of the most state-of-the-art chemicals. The organization says it uses litmus tests to make sure it has properly cleaned spaces it works on.

Amanda DeLorme, of BioClean, says the company is well prepared to help its clients who reach out.

"We're getting a couple of panicked calls here and there between mold remediation and the terminal cleaning process. We're pretty well equipped to handle that,” she says. “We talk about the facts and we go from there, and if anybody's sick in your office what type of business do you run, do have people coming in publicly. We talk about these things when they call in and kind of sort out the details and go from there." 

BioClean CT says it’s been working in a lot of offices and buildings and may get into cleaning some schools. IT says their cleaning lasts two to three weeks.

More information on booking a cleaning can be found on the organization’s website.

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