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We know how important it is to maintain a safe, clean, and welcoming environment in all walks of life. That's why, at Macrophage Cleaning Services, we make sure we deliver the best high-quality services for all our clients. 

Green cleaners. Macrophage cleaning services.

We use Green Cleaners, which are mostly derived from natural sources like plants and minerals that are less toxic and environmentally friendly. 

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Why Us

We Are Locally Owned By A Scientist

We Use Environmentally
Friendly Products That Are Certified EPA, Ecologo, Green Seal, and Earth-Friendly Products 

We Are Fully Bonded & Insured 

We Are A Professional & Reliable Team

Chemical works
Eliminating Germs


It is the process where visible contaminants such as spills, debris, dirt, food, dust, and trash get removed from the surfaces of things or objects by washing, brushing, wiping, vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, or dusting. Some common chemicals used include all-purpose cleaners, glass cleaners, soaps, detergents, degreasers, stainless steel cleaners, floor cleaners, carpet cleaners, and cleaning wipes. This process does not eliminate all germs but can help reduce their numbers. 


This process is done after cleaning surfaces or objects. For this process, weaker bleach, chlorine, alcohol solutions, or sanitizing sprays are used. After this process, most of the germs are eliminated to levels considered safe but do not eliminate viruses and fungi.


In this process, surfaces or objects need to be cleaned before disinfecting. Some chemical solutions used include Calcium hypochlorite, Sodium hypochlorite, Hypochlorous acid, Hydrogen peroxide, Glutaraldehyde, and others. Sodium hypochlorite is the active ingredient in bleach, a chlorine compound commonly used in disinfectants. After this process, nearly 100% of germs, viruses, and fungi are eliminated. This process helps to prevent the spread of disease-carrying pathogenic microorganisms such as the Influenza A virus, Covid-19 virus, SARS, Strep, E. coli, Salmonella, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, among others. 


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