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BioClear is a water soluble molecule that kills bacteria, mold and fungus. It is also effective against certain viruses.

When it dries the active ingredient forms a odorless, colorless, positively charged polymer that forms a covalent bond either to hard or soft surfaces. When a microorganism comes in contact with the treated surface, the Quaternary amine “spear” punctures the cell membrane and a small electrical charge “shocks” the cell. Since nothing is transferred to the now dead cell, the antimicrobial doesn’t lose strength and the “spear’’ is ready for the next cell to contact it.

In the media, there are countless stories about microbes or infection or microbial mutation or the growing ineffectiveness of antibiotics. This is because infection is the No.1 cause of death worldwide. 25 years ago 80% of infection was controlled by antibiotics. Today less than 50% are controllable. Superbug mutations caused by antibiotic over use and disinfectants are becoming more and more prevalent. Also little known facts like mold is more lethal than asbestos and is more common and also 80% of infections are spread by human touch. BioClear helps protect from this threat in a safe, non-toxic, environmentally friendly and cost effective way. A recent report in the UK stated that your mobile phone was dirtier than a toilet seat. One treatment with BioClear Solves this problem or just use our wipes on a regular basis to keep your phone germ free.

BioClear products are powered by the same powerful quaternary molecule that delivers bacteriostatic protection to most surfaces. This means you can get the persistent BioClear bacteriostatic action without any change to your cleaning regime or method. BioClear products are designed for everyday sanitizing and cleaning use. When applied to a clean sanitized surface, our BioClear Antimicrobial Surface Protectant will provide up to 60 days of bacteriostatic protection. This means a room can fogged or sprayed and once dry you will have ongoing protection for up to 60 days between your normal cleanings. Although this type of cleaning technology sounds truly amazing, it actually touches your life every day and you may not even know it. The same powerful BioClear technology is used all over the world in manufactured products that most people use everyday. This includes odor resistant clothing, antimicrobial items such as mouse pads and medical devices, it is even used to make paint resistant to mold and mildew. At BioClear we have found a way to bring this technology to the general public and put it to use in your everyday life.

BioClear can be used anywhere a normal sanitizing spray or other product can be used, either at home, nurseries, churches, transportation hubs, medical facilities, the office or any commercial environment. It can also be used in manufacturing processes to add anti microbial activity to a product. It can be used in kitchens but only for surfaces that do not come in direct contact with food preparation. It can also be used in bathrooms, living areas, chairs, tables, virtually all touch points and even on clothing and fabrics.

The RTU can be applied using trigger sprays, foggers, or pump up sprayers – just apply to clean surface and let it dry. The cleaning spray and wipes can be used like you normally would use any other product – just give it some dwell time. The laundry additive can be added to a rinse cycle in a washing machine or you can use a bucket to treat clothing, shoes etc, It can also be dosed in commercial washing facilities. Just follow the simple instructions on the packaging.

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Yes – It can be used on all surfaces and on fabrics so you can protect your clothes as well.

Bac-te-ri-o-static Noun The prevention of the further growth of bacteria.

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