SaniSolve™ Antimicrobial System
A Silicone Quaternary Ammonium Salt
A microbiostatic agent is an agent that inhibits the growth of odor-causing bacteria, bacteria which cause staining and discoloration, fungi (mold and mildew), and algae. This product does not protect users or others against food-borne or disease-causing bacteria.
Patented & EPA Registered
- Registered with the Environmental Protection Agency and classified as non-toxic and non-hazardous
- Concentrated formula reduces wastes
- Recyclable containers promote “Green” initiatives
- The SaniSolve™ molecule is made up of conventional quaternary ammonium salt (organo) and a silane molecule
- These two parts have been spliced to produce the patented technology
- Part of the SaniSolve™ molecule forms a tenacious bond to the treated surface (porous or non-porous)
- Another part forms a microscopic bed of spikes that actually punctures cell walls of microbes as they settle on a treated surface.
- The mechanical kill prevents the breeding of stronger variants or “super bug” microorganisms such as MRSA or C-diff.
How does SaniSolve™ work to kill microbes?
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SaniSolve In Action
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