Do You Use Antimicrobial Regularly on Water Losses?
Hi, Jeremy Reets is here with another quick tip from Reets Drying Academy.
So you may be aware that I recommend that you apply an antimicrobial, botanical antimicrobial specifically to your water damage restoration projects. But are you aware that you need to use an Antimicrobial Right-To-Know document?
What Is A Right To Know Document?
You may be thinking, well, what is that? An Antimicrobial Right-To-Know document simply tells the customer a little bit about what you’re going to be putting in their home. It gives them the right to either say, yes or no. And also gives them the information they need to make that decision.
So if you don’t have a Right-To-Know document, don’t worry, we’re going to provide one for you. Just click the link at the end of this video, and we’ll provide that for you. And then you can use a right to document just like the IICRC S500 asks you to do before you apply antimicrobial to your next project.
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Jeremy Reets started working in water restoration in the family business in 1990. He is known as the innovator of the TES/ETES drying systems, a discipline of drying called Directed Heat Drying™ and the Evaporation Potential formula.
Jeremy opened Reets Drying Academy and flood house in 2005 to provide water damage restoration education. Jeremy and his brothers also own Champion Cleaning Systems, Inc., a multi-million dollar water damage mitigation company that his family started in 1970.
In 2011, Jeremy began ReetsTV, a series of online water restoration training packages designed specifically for restoration company’s everyday needs, another first in the Industry.