Our two-step process cleans, sanitizes and protects

Our sanitizing process begins with the application of our EPA approved “Cleaner, Deodorizer, Disinfectant and Anti-Allergen” that eliminates up to 99.999% of germs, bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold, mildew and other harmful microbes, as well as allergens and odors.

Once clean, disinfected and deodorized, we re-visit all the spaces and surfaces and coat them with a environmentally-safe antimicrobial shield.

molecular bondingUpon application, the antimicrobial agent chemically reacts with and bonds with the surface on a molecular level. As it dries, millions of microscopic antimicrobial “spike-like” appliances form and extend outward from the surface. These “spikes” are actually long chains of positively charged atoms.

Because the cell walls of harmful microbes are negatively charged, they are drawn toward and pulled onto the positively charged antimicrobial spikes by electrostatic attraction. Destruction is instantaneous and complete as antimicrobial spikes both rupture microbes’ cell walls and “vaporizes” them by delivering a powerful electrostatic charge.


How long does the coating last?

Upon application, our antimicrobial agent forms a “covalent bond” with the surface. Unlike paint or sealant, our coating creates a totally new surface, technically known as a co-polymer. It’s a fancy way of saying out coating becomes a part of and works in tandem with the original surface.

Our coating does not fade over time. It will not wash off, doesn’t bleed or move. Best of all, microbes don’t live long enough to eat away at it. With proper maintenance and care, our second-step shield can last for years!

How do germs spread?

How do germs spread?

It’s gross AND serious!

  • A cough delivers over 3,000 droplets of germ-laden saliva, traveling up to 50 mph, in a wide area.Woman coughing
  • Sneezes broadcast 40,000 tiny droplets at speeds of over 200 mph. Think of it as a lingering room deodorizer spray…but toxic.
  • A sneeze or cough combo can contain 200,000,000 — read that again: TWO HUNDRED MILLION — individual virus particles and can infect others up to 10 feet away.
  • Germs enter our bodies through our mouths, noses, eyes and breaks in our skin.
  • About 75% of most common illnesses are spread by hands.
  • Every 3 minutes, a child brings his or her hands to their nose or mouth.

Environmental Sheild of America: How we differ

There are numerous differences between our process and other “cleaners”.

The key difference is the antimicrobial control our second-step coating provides. Once disinfected, our coating continues to destroy viruses, bacteria and fungi by ionic attraction.

Average disinfectants and anti-microbials kill microorganisms via chemical poisoning. Those chemicals are toxic, dissipate quickly and can be harmful to the environment. kitchen restaurant Many of these chemicals evaporate along with their antibacterial capabilities. Germs return within hours.

Our carbon-based coating continues to deliver protection after the initial sanitizing process. As long as you’re not using abrasive cleaning tools, our coating can be cleaned and maintain its efficacy.


The all-natural components of our product make it ideal for food preparation environments such as kitchens and tables.  Most cleaning companies have two drawbacks — they use toxic chemicals and you have to repeat the process on a regular basis. Imagine treating your kitchen surfaces with our food-safe carbon-based coating. With regular care, the kitchen’s surfaces would actually repel germs for on a perpetual basis!

Microbial Defense: See what our coating kills

Our coating destroys and eliminates 99.999% of harmful microorganisms including viruses, fungi and bacteria

  • Acinetobacter baumannii
  • Aspergillus Niger
  • Enterobacter aerogenes
  • Escherichia Coli (“E. coli”)

    Ecoli Bacteria

    Ecoli bacteria under a microscope

  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus (“HIV”)
  • Klebsiella pneumoniae
  • Legionella Pneumophila (“Legionnaires’ Disease”)
  • Listeria monocytogenes
  • Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (“MRSA”)
  • Murine Norovirus
  • Norovirus
  • Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
  • Respiratory Syncytial virus (“HRSV”)
  • Rotavirus, Strain WA
  • Salmonella choleraesuis (“Salmonella”)
  • Staphylococcus aureus
  • Swine Influenza (“Swine Flu”)
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Our Process

Step 1: We start our unique process by cleaning and sanitizing all surfaces. 

Step 2: We differentiate ourselves by coating surfaces with a long-term anti-viral/bacterial solution that destroys biological threats on contact.