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Don't biocides provide an alternative to air duct cleaning?

No, unfortunately, using biocides alone for line sanitizing won’t offer practical cleaning assistance. Property owners must first obtain the removal of dirt and debris cluttering the ducts for these chemical applications to coat the surface reliably. A skilled, well-equipped duct cleaning firm offers valuable help to achieve this goal. Following debris removal and clog removal, line sanitizing using chemical cleaning agents proves more effective because the cleaner can contact a duct surface to perform mold or microbe removal. Although many full-time dryer vent cleaning and air duct cleaning companies do not apply biocides to achieve line sanitizing, all reputable businesses in this industry focus upon the debris and clog removal to improve airflow quality.
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