Fenway Park Chooses Clorox Total 360 System

Combining electrostatic technology and using Clorox products, the system is used to disinfect the Boston Red Sox clubhouse, visitors' clubhouse, training rooms, weight rooms, and medical areas.


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Combining electrostatic technology and using Clorox products, the system is used to disinfect the Boston Red Sox clubhouse, visitors' clubhouse, training rooms, weight rooms, and medical areas.
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Fenway Park Chooses Clorox Total 360 System

Combining electrostatic technology and using Clorox products, the system is used to disinfect the Boston Red Sox clubhouse, visitors' clubhouse, training rooms, weight rooms, and medical areas.

Fenway Park Chooses Clorox Total 360 System

Clorox Professional announces its partnership with the Boston Red Sox to help keep Fenway Park, the home of the Boston Red Sox since 1912, clean and its players healthy and on the field. The Boston Red Sox incorporated the Clorox® Total 360® System into their current cleaning and disinfecting protocols for the 2018 season to optimize their efforts to prevent the spread of illness-causing germs among their players and staff, and are now using the system to disinfect their clubhouse, visitors’ clubhouse, training rooms, weight rooms, and medical areas.

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The Clorox Total 360 System combines electrostatic technology with Clorox products to more quickly and effectively sanitize and disinfect a wide range of high-touch surfaces, including those found in athletic facilities like Fenway Park. In addition to keeping athletes in peak physical shape, it is equally important for them not to get sick from illnesses like influenza, norovirus, staph, or methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) that can prevent them from playing, making surface disinfection a key part of a winning season.

Clorox Professional notes that staph and MRSA infections are most commonly reported among athletes participating in contact sports with cases having been identified among athletes at high school, college and professional levels.1,2 Moreover, a study among collegiate athletes found that sports-related skin infections spread by contact cause up to 15% of athlete time-loss injuries.3

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“We considered other electrostatic sprayers, foggers, and misters, but we selected the revolutionary Clorox Total 360 System because of its cutting-edge technology and ease of use to keep our facility and our clubhouse clean,” said Jon Lister, senior director of facilities management for the Boston Red Sox. “The system is used by the facilities team on a daily basis in addition to their daily manual cleaning and disinfecting protocol. What used to take our team hours now only takes them minutes.”

The Clorox Total 360 System works by charging a disinfecting or sanitizing solution that when sprayed is then attracted to surfaces with a force stronger than gravity, allowing it to wrap around and uniformly coat even the hardest-to-reach surfaces such as the undersides of athletic benches, locker crevices, weight machines, free weights and even soft surfaces, that can be easily missed through manual cleaning.

“The Clorox Total 360 System can cover up to 18,000 square feet per hour, works up to four times faster than traditional cleaners, and uses 65% less solution. It is designed to be easily incorporated into a facility’s workflow and with the end user in mind. The system provides superior surface coverage to help keep facilities, like Fenway Park, healthier while also saving time, money and labor,” said Kristina Vannoni, associate director of marketing for Clorox Professional.

Watch this video to learn about the Clorox® Total 360® System and how the Boston Red Sox use the system.

1 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), Feb. 27, 2018. https://www.cdc.gov/mrsa/community/team-hc-providers/advice-for-athletes.html
2 Redziniak, D.E., Diduch, D.R., Turman, K., Hart, J., Grindstaff, T.L., Macknight, J.M., and Mistry, D.J., Int J Sports Med. 2009; 30:557 – 562, doi: 10.1055/s-0029-1214382
3 Johnson R. Clin Sports Med. 2004;23(3):473–484, xpmid:15262383

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