Picture this: You're the Head of School at a Montessori school in San Antonio, Texas. You get a call from a parent. Their child—and your student—isn’t feeling well, and is exhibiting symptoms of Hand, Foot, and Mouth disease. The distraught parent on the other end of the phone thinks their kid picked it up at your facility. How do you respond? And what can you do to ensure that an outbreak doesn’t happen on your watch?
Well, if you have a time machine, you have one option: go back in time and hire DIS.IN.FX® to establish a regular janitorial and commercial cleaning schedule at your school, daycare, or preschool.
DIS.IN.FX® is your all-in-one, customized commercial cleaning and janitorial expert. (We call ourselves DIS.IN.FX®-perts, actually.)
Our aim is simple: to provide an unparalleled and scientifically verifiable clean, unmatched by any of our competitors.
At DIS.IN.FX®-, our goal is and has always been to help people—help people feel safer, more comfortable, and healthier in all the places they spend significant amounts of time in.
Nowhere is this purpose more important than in the janitorial and commercial cleaning service of schools, daycares, and preschools in the San Antonio area.
Kids don’t have the fully developed immune systems that adults have, which means they also don’t have the defenses to guard against bacterial and viral infections like adults.
This means keeping schools, daycares, and preschool facilities not only visually clean but also sanitary is of the utmost importance.
Schools, daycares, and preschools pose unique challenges as it pertains to sanitation.
First, let’s face it: kids don’t really understand the meaning of “personal space.” This creates much smaller areas of movement—and transmission. They also touch their faces a lot, and when they play, they often touch one another and other high-touch surfaces, like doorknobs, tables, chairs, and toys.
DIS.IN.FX® disinfects it all. Our non-toxic and water-based antimicrobial gets sprayed on everything at your school, daycare, or preschool to reduce the chances of viral and bacterial transmission between kids and the surfaces they love to touch.