Company sweeps through NJ to disinfect churches, businesses preparing to reopen

National Restoration wet-fogs a New Jersey church preparing to open after stay-at-home orders are lifted in the state.
Photo credit Mike Dougherty/KYW Newsradio
By KYW Newsradio 1060
SEWELL, N.J. (KYW Newsradio) — New Jersey’s stay-at-home order is history, and businesses are getting ready to open again. A cleaning company is helping out by sanitizing 30 churches, day care centers and restaurants — for free.

At the Holy Family Catholic Church in Sewell, the crew was all masked and suited up to wet-fog the pews, altar and every square inch of the place.

John Marroni, president of National Restoration, says the disinfectant they are using is based on organic minerals.

The cleaning crew will be making several more stops at the Jersey Shore and other places throughout the week.