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Cleaning & Sanitisation

Cleaning & Sanitisation from Pro Clean AC

The UAE is a very humid and dusty region, this can cause bacteria and mould to grow inside your AC system. Just because you can't see it, does not mean it’s not there. The first signs of mould issues is discoloured grills or strange damp musky smells coming from the AC.

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Dubai's Experts in Cleaning & Sanitsation

Bad smell coming from your AC?

It is important that any mould and bacteria inside your AC system is cleaned and the surface is sanitised, this is an important part of our service and is carried out as standard within all of our services.

Mould is the number one cause of bad smells from your AC, it can also cause various health issues.

Our Bio-Sanitiser provides ongoing protection against the growth of bacteria, mould, and mildew, helping to keep your AC ducts clean for a longer period of time.
AC sanitization

How do we do it?

Using a fogging machine we spray a fine mist which contains a Bio-Sanitiser, this product is highly effective in eliminating odour-causing microorganisms as well as those associated with mould, mildew and bacterial growth.
Chlorine dioxide is a powerful antimicrobial compound effective against a broad range of both gram-positive and gram-negative organisms as well as yeasts and molds.

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An enhanced benefit of Vital Oxide is that it keeps mould away for longer. Vital Oxide may also be used in occupied spaces.

Vital Oxide does not use any environmentally damaging propellants or flammable ingredients and thats  why its used in some health care facilities.

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