It’s important to understand the difference between sanitizing and sterilizing your grow room. When you deep clean surfaces, equipment and tools, you’re sanitizing the room. It’s not necessary to use strong cleaning products. You can remove most pathogens by sweeping, dusting and wiping things down.
Sterilizing the grow room eliminates bacteria, viruses, mold spores, botrytis blight, powdery mildew and many other microorganisms. You can buy specially formulated chemical cleaners, but bleach solutions and hydrogen peroxide work very well when used as recommended.
Always rinse surfaces and equipment after sterilizing with bleach. This isn’t necessary with hydrogen peroxide because it breaks down without leaving a residue.
DOES YOUR GROW ROOM REQUIRE COMMERCIAL CLEANING?
Depending on the size of your operations, you might consider outsourcing grow room cleaning. Even small grow rooms require big cleaning projects from time to time.
Keep your grow room in tip top shape:
Source: MaintainX (Community Member)