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Our ways of cleaning and disinfecting Coronavirus Covid 19

Our ways of cleaning and disinfecting Coronavirus Covid 19

In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), this facility has adopted extra non-chemical safety and hygiene measures through the ozone generator and UVC lamps in addition to the usual cleaning at the end of the stay.

The tourist rental of San Martino offers a portion of the apartment entirely available to guests. The room is equipped with an air conditioner and is not shared with anyone else other than the guests present, and constant filter cleaning is maintained and at each new access.

How was the cleaning and disinfection of the rooms at each guest change:

1) Opening of the 3 bedroom and corridor windows

2) Cleaning of surfaces with alcohol-based and / or chlorine-disinfected solutions. (All surfaces not only those in direct contact such as the handles of windows and doors) 

3) Removal of dust by vacuum cleaner with Hepa filter with bag.

4) Closing windows and activating an Ozone generator.

5) Reopening windows.


fair play ,


is there a website for the vendor of that gadget ?

Isle of Wight …

You do not know if a guest has the virus - they may not have symptoms. What precautions are your cleaning staff taking to protect themselves?

What precautions are you taking with waste?

What about contamination and cleaning of other items within the property?

As for the ozone gadget, I looked into those a few months ago. It filters a very small amount of air. To filter all the air in a 2 bedroom property, you have to completely seal the property and allow the machine to run continuously for possibly several days to filter all the air. It's much better to just leave the windows open for longer.