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Curbside Disinfectant Fogging

CURBSIDE FOGGING

Disinfect nearly every inch of your vehicle with our convenient curbside disinfectant fogging service to fight coronavirus and more.

Join us this Friday and Saturday, September 4th & 5th, starting at 10am. At the La Bonita parking lot on the corner of Jones & Cheyenne, 6000 W Cheyenne Ave., Las Vegas

$20 – CAR/TRUCK/VAN/SUV

Contactless payment available!

 

When: Friday, 9/4 & Saturday, 9/5

Time: starting @ 10am:

Location:

 

What’s Included?

In addition to friendly service, your vehicle will receive the following:

  • Disinfectant Fogging with an EPA List “N” nontoxic, hospital-grade, botanical disinfectant. Our disinfectant is made from powerful thymol (a component of thyme oil), so there’s no lingering or toxic fumes when we’re done. 
  • High-Touch Wipe Down to disinfect the frequently-touched surfaces in your vehicle: steering wheel, dash controls, door handles, etc.
  • Probiotic Fogging to restore the beneficial microflora lost during disinfection and let nature take care of business for up to several days.

Does Your Fog Fight Coronavirus?

It sure does! The disinfectant we use is made for fogging and is also on the EPA’s List “N” of disinfectants known to combat coronavirus, the virus that causes COVID-19.

Is The Probiotic Safe?

Absolutely! Probiotics go beyond nontoxic, they’re beneficial. Probiotics make up the very basis of your immune system and can be found everywhere from your gut and skin to the air and soil. In fact, probiotics are highly effective at reducing ATP while being safe for humans, pets, plants, and aquatic life. No fragrances or perfumes. No medication or chemicals. Simply probiotics and water.

How Long Will It Take?

Service is friendly and efficient. Depending on demand, we’ll have you back on the road in just a few minutes.

It’s Hot Outside. Where Will I Be During Service?

We have free shade and bottled water available for purchase for $1 (proceeds go to local literacy programs).

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5 Reasons To Hire A Child Car Seat Cleaning Service: Germz Be Gone Child Gear Services

If you didn’t know it existed, if you are a do-it-yourselfer, if just haven’t gotten around to it…here are five reasons to hire a child car seat cleaning service in Las Vegas (like Germz Be Gone) today!

5 Reasons to hire a car seat cleaning service

  1. Destroy germs. Did someone say coronavirus? Disinfect where your precious child sits to protect them from dangerous germs. This is a great way to break up the home-to-school-to-home germ pipeline.
  2. Save time. Do something else while we do the dirty work. Put your little one down for a nap, walk to the park, go to work, relax…Your choices are boundless.
  3. Save hassle. Don’t worry about taking everything part then remembering how it all fits back together only to be frustrated in the end. We’re pros! We put child car seats together all the time.
  4. Maintain safety components properly. We follow manufacturer recommendations to maintain the safety of your child’s car seat. This is not a hose-it-down kind of service like some parents may suggest they (that can only be bad for safety).
  5. We come to you! Super convenient, contactless service means you don’t have to leave your home or fight traffic across town. Just pay online and place your gear outside before we arrive. Plus you get your items back in minutes. Learn what to expect during your service.

Book your appointment for child car seat cleaning.

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United States COVID-19 Spread

We created this page for you to keep track of the coronavirus outbreak in the US.

States cases Confirmed cases Recovered cases Death cases
California 3763768 2007178 62470
Texas 2927517 2791374 51014
Florida 2278549 1865556 35897
New York 2126667 1578880 53122
Illinois 1359748 1245140 24640
Pennsylvania 1183747 1073118 26756
Georgia 1112297 951724 20432
Ohio 1087182 1039854 19441
New Jersey 1009093 819177 25882
North Carolina 986443 950929 12830
Michigan 970376 703746 19528
Arizona 870624 833837 17430
Tennessee 855587 834705 12296
Indiana 731810 695092 13445
Massachusetts 699187 664790 17712
Virginia 668147 55390 10934
Wisconsin 604378 589477 6935
Missouri 591430 530887 9470
Minnesota 590436 573350 7333
South Carolina 585601 575998 9603
Alabama 531751 509800 10997
Colorado 526687 403743 6546
Louisiana 463997 453534 10463
Maryland 454271 10395 8879
Oklahoma 450543 442072 6878
Kentucky 450541 52023 6630
Washington 420386 204165 5666
Utah 401251 391323 2249
Iowa 398580 353098 5994
Connecticut 344141 311642 8161
Arkansas 338043 330172 5777
Nevada 319714 296173 5515
Mississippi 314147 303371 7244
Kansas 311338 299607 5029
Nebraska 222088 219831 2257
New Mexico 200232 185385 4111
Oregon 193014 161464 2558
Idaho 189586 109237 2064
West Virginia 157215 147751 2748
Rhode Island 150252 9101 2696
South Dakota 123518 120526 1988
Montana 110317 107575 1595
North Dakota 108763 106485 1502
Delaware 106455 97871 1644
New Hampshire 97093 94369 1322
Alaska 66491 57981 347
Maine 64748 63950 798
Wyoming 58893 57655 712
District Of Columbia 48336 34284 1115
Hawaii 33376 32887 489
Vermont 23651 21709 252
Puerto Rico 256990 116994 2395
Guam 8061 7831 139
United States Virgin Islands 3236 3125 27
Northern Mariana Islands 170 168 2
American Samoa 4 3 0
US Military 291757 278457 348
Veteran Affairs 257915 242787 11933
Federal Prisons 54963 53035 238
Navajo Nation 30662 29265 1285
Grand Princess Ship 122 115 7
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 0
Diamond Princess Ship 46 46 0
total 33,585,934 26,620,225 597,770

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Country Confirmed cases Death cases Recovered cases
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Nevada To Require Face Masks At Gaming Tables

I wonder how many people this will upset…The Nevada Gaming Control Board announced today that face coverings will be required at  all gaming tables that don’t have a partition or other barrier. That also includes spectators. Directly from the source:

Licensees must require patrons to wear face coverings at table and card games if there is no barrier, partition, or shield between the dealer and each player. This requirement applies to table and card game players, spectators, and any other person within 6 feet of any table or card game.

Be safe out there people!