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RJ Chemicals

Safety, Efficacy, & Service


While pandemics are unpredictable in their timing and severity, there are a number of precautionary measures we can take to help protect your safety, the safety of your residents, employees and visitors

All of us must go beyond traditional visual cleaning and focus on the disinfection of touch points and environmental harborages.

The process of disinfection through spraying has been very effective for controlling and preventing the spread of COVID-19 in public spaces. We use a product that is authorized for sale by Health Canada; is human, animal and environmentally-safe; and is a proven, and highly effective disinfectant that kills bacteria, viruses, and mold. This product can be sprayed while the room is in use! Our staff are fully trained and prepared to help other start using spraying for disinfection, and we believe it is a very significant layer of protection for businesses to consider taking in the fight against COVID-19.

We have every faith in the current Health Care system, and the protocols presently in place. This disinfection application is not a substitution, but an additional measure. It can be done in any facility, and has a proven track record to control outbreaks.

For more information about our disinfection protocol and safety measures, please email us at :

[email protected]

and a member of our communications team will respond right away. Alternatively, please contact:

Elizabeth Judd

Chief Communications Officer

R J Chemicals - Facility Services

[email protected]

And you will be connected with the appropriate response member for your area.

Additional information on the Coronavirus can be found on the following websites:

Learn COVID-19

How Soap Kills Corona Virus

Soap molecules have one end that is soluble in water and another that dissolves in fatty substances, or "lipids." Most dirt is of an oily or greasy nature and attracts the fat-soluble end, leaving the other end to be anchored in water. Rinsing then pulls the oily dirt off any surface to which it is attached. In the case of COVID-19, soap can actually destroy the virus responsible for the disease. Coronaviruses are composed of a core of nucleic acids, either RNA or DNA, surrounded by a protective coating made of proteins and fats. The fat-soluble end of the soap molecule embeds itself in the lipid layer and the virus is then literally pulled apart since the rinsing water is tugging the other end. The reason for the 20-30 second time period is to ensure that the soap makes contact with whatever microbes may be present.

Washing with soap and water is more effective than using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Alcohol can dissolve fats, so it is capable of stripping away the lipid layer of a virus and thereby inactivate it, but the problem is that unlike washing with soap it doesn't remove dirt and may not get at viruses that are stuck in the dirt.

Fun fact: Ultralyte is proven to be up to 1500x more effective than alcohol!

How does a virus attack?

This is probably the best video I've seen to help explain not only how a virus invades your body, but why viruses spread so quickly.

Micro-droplets/Possible viral transmission??

Although this video is 6 minutes long... take the time. 

It is important to realize just how far a cough, sneeze, and even droplets from talking, can travel in a room.

⦁ This is why we social distance and wear masks.

⦁ This is why viruses are so prevalent.

Effective and well trained applications of HOCL can likely help prevent the transfer of viruses.

Is COVID-19 and airborne disease?

What is the difference between droplet and Aerosol? 

How far do each of these travel? 

How well do masks protect you? 

Can your clothes be an issue for transferring Covid?