Sanitation and Disinfection is important for all, helping to maintain health and increase life-spans. However, it is especially important for children and elderly people.


§  With our new technology, an entire room can be sanitized within minutes

§  Kills viruses such as influenzahepatitisCOVID-19 and norovirus

§  The chemical we use is a germicide that kills 99.99% of germs

§  Our chemical is 100% safe! It utilizes oxygen to kill the germs as opposed to a harmful substance.

§  Our technology allows for the particles produced by the sprayer, to become positively charged.

§  Our technology causes the germicide to be able to stick to surfaces longer

§  We follow EPA and CDC (Centers for Disease Control) guidelines


To prevent the spread of coronavirus in your home, the EPA has put together a list of cleaning products that are proven to work against COVID-19. 


Here are the most common active ingredients in these EPA-registered disinfectants: 

  • Isopropanol or Ethanol (Alcohol) are effective disinfectants when used at a high enough concentration. Most cleaning products that contain alcohol have at least a 70% solution, and hand sanitizers should contain at least 60% alcohol to be effective. They become less effective over time because the alcohol will evaporate. 
  • Quaternary Ammonium Compounds are widely used as surface disinfectants and can be found in many household cleaners including disinfectant wipes and sprays. Research has shown quaternary ammonium compounds to effectively kill most bacteria, viruses, and fungi.  
  • Sodium Hypochlorite (Bleach). The active ingredient in bleach is sodium hypochlorite, which can kill viruses, bacteria, and fungi. Bleach can be used on frequently touched surfaces like doorknobs and countertops but it must air dry for at least 10 minutes before wiping to effectively kill pathogens. Because bleach can irritate the skin, you should wear gloves when using it.  
  • Hydrogen Peroxide is not as strong as bleach but does have disinfectant properties that effectively kill viruses and bacteria. A 2018 study published in Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control found that hydrogen peroxide was more effective in killing some forms of bacteria than quaternary ammonium compounds. The typical 3% hydrogen peroxide concentration found in stores can be used as a disinfectant.