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Electrostatic Spray   Technology (ESS)

Let's talk about solutions for the disaster that 2020 has been!

On our Home Page we mentioned a solution to the recent heightened awareness of germ control. 

That solution is delivered through Electrostatic Spray Technology combined 

with EPA registered disinfectants and antimicrobial spray solutions. 


What can ESS do for you?

~Reduce risk to yours and your family's health               ~Reduce risk to staff and students in schools
~Reduce risk of employees contracting illnesses, thus reducing risk associated with costly staffing issues
~Reduce risk of clients & guests contracting illnesses    ~Help alleviate fears of employees, clients, & guests
~Improve membership attendance/appointment levels    ~Increase new membership/patient acquisition


Who is ESS right for?

*Churches  *Schools  *Schools buses  *Gyms  *Medical Offices  *Business Offices  *Restaurants  

*Post Construction Homes  *Real Estate Listings  *Residential Homes  *Basically Everyone!!



Why is Electrostatic Spray better?

Studies show that traditional spraying results in 60% of the product simply falling to the floor.

As you see in the image at the top of the page, ESS uses basic positive/negative attraction to 

fully coat every item in the space in which its used. This reduces the risk of missing things 

that need to be treated. Even for awkwardly shaped, hard to reach objects the mist will 

evenly wrap around anything it is pointed toward. Offering complete coverage and better protection. 


What do we use for disinfecting?

An EPA-registered, hospital grade disinfectant cleaner, mold and mildew killer, and odor eliminator. 

Though it is strong enough to disinfect a hospital it can be used virtually anywhere. Designed to be 

gentle to users but tough on germs. This is non-irritating to skin, non-corrosive to most treated surfaces, 

and NSF-certified (no rinse required) for even food contact surfaces. It begins working in 60 seconds on 

hard surfaces and 5 minutes on soft surfaces, killing 99.999% of bacteria yet remaining 100% biodegradable. 


What do we use for continuous protection?

An EPA-registered, water-based technology that provides persistent and continuous surface protection. 

It is a preservative antimicrobial coating that can be applied to both porous and non-porous surfaces to 

inhibit the growth of bacteria. When applied to a surface or incorporated into a material, it forms a covalent 

bond with the substrate and creates a micro-biostatic antimicrobial coating. The coating forms a 

nano-bed shield of spikes, each of which carry a positive charge that attracts the negatively charged bacteria. 

Once attracted, the molecular spikes pierce the cell and rupture its cell membrane, causing that bacterial 

microorganism to die. This step is also a non-irritating, no rinse required formula -even for food contact surfaces.

It protects undisturbed surfaces for up to 90 days. High touch areas should be resprayed every 30 to 45 days. 

*Mayo Clinic uses this technology to protect their ambulances- I think that speaks for itself!

In addition to the treatment service, we also provide you with signage to let your employees/members/clients/guests know that you've taken this step 

in an effort to better protect them and their loved ones. 




ESS Treatment Pricing

Residential Properties - request quote

Public Organizations/Businesses/Commercial Properties - request quote

Medical Offices/Facilities - request quote

15 - 45% discount when packaged with cleaning services. 

*Discount dependent on details of cleaning agreement

Contact us today so we can help protect the spaces you enjoy 

and the people that enjoy them with you!!   

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*Surcharge for certain exposure risks

*Rodgers Reflections makes no guarantee against the spread of infection in treated areas. 

ESS is an extra layer of protection that reduces risk of the growth of viral and bacterial organisms 

ESS cannot protect against the risk of infected people entering your location and spreading said infection.*