CONFUSED BY CORONAVIRUS PREVENTION LABELS?
If you're confused by all the virus prevention labels, then you are not alone. Antimicrobials, antibacterials, disinfectants, and sanitizers all play an important role in helping prevent the spread of COVID-19 and influenza.
Here are the main differences:
* Antibacterials are only effective against bacteria
* Disinfectants kill germs on surfaces temporarily but do not provide long-term disinfection
* Antimicrobials kill or inhibit germs, bacteria, and viruses
* Sanitizers simultaneously clean and disinfect
If finding these products in your local store, or continuously having to disinfect your home or business has become tiresome, then look no further. Coronavirus Cleanup’s antimicrobial products are the same products trusted by NASA and DOD disinfection protocols.
Our antimicrobial protectant disinfectant not only disinfects, but it also uses residual (residue) effect technology to inhibit the growth of harmful germs, bacteria, and viruses long after your initial application - for 30 days of persistent antimicrobial protection.
For personal protection, our alcohol-free hand sanitizer also kills harmful germs, bacteria, and viruses using similar residual effect technology. No need to keep applying - one application provides long-lasting protection for up to 24 hours.