over 99% for 24 hours. Qore·24 is effective against bacteria, fungus, and viruses including; MRSA, VRE, C.dIFF, Influenza, HIV and H1N1 within 60 seconds of application and keeps you protected for 24 hours.
kill rate on bacteria when compared against alcohol-based sanitizers. The recommendation of the CDC (Center for Disease Control) is that recurrent use of alchohol-based gel hand sanitizers is not recommended without adequate hand washing between uses due to the fact that gels leave a biofilm on skin surfaces that trap dirt and potentially pathogenic organisms. Effectiveness decreases with added use and alcohol-based products are ineffective after the third use without hand washing. Alcohol gels do not work well
in the presence of dirt or grease.
"mechanical" kill technology. The active ingredient in Amosil·Q is a colorless, odorless, positively charged polymer, which chemically bonds to the treated surface. You could think of it as a layer of electrically charged "spikes" or "swords" that draw microbes in and shred them apart.
When a microorganism comes in contact with a treated surface (such as your skin) the quaternary amine "swords" puncture the cell membrane, causing the cell to destabilize and die.
Since nothing is transferred to the now dead cell, the antimicrobial doesn't lose strength and the "swords" are ready for the next cell to contact it.
A: Clean·iQ is the only surface purifier that lasts after it has dried.
Clean·iQ uses an EPA registered technology that chemically bonds to the treated surface, making it a permanent part of the surface and allowing it to remain functional even after long-term use that may include hundreds of cleanings. Clean·iQ kills a variety of pathogens including bacteria, viruses, fungi, algae, mold, yeast, spores, and protozoa parasites.
Because surfaces only need to be treated once every 14 days, it is much more economical than other disinfectants that must be used on an hourly basis to maintain their effectiveness. In addition, water can be used between Clean·iQ treatments to remove dirt, dust, or stains, further reducing the cost of cleaning.
A: Hard surfaces treated with Clean·iQ can be antimicrobially effective
for weeks to months depending on how heavily the surface is used. Because Clean·iQ bonds
with the surface, other cleaners or water can be used to remove dust or stains
from the surfaces between Clean·iQ treatments.
A: Clean·iQ has been tested for 17 years to be able to make these
claims. Surfaces can be tested to determine whether Clean·iQ continues to be effective using an ATP meter that measures the level of contamination on a surface. A blue dye test has also been developed to test Clean·iQ's presence. Most people will not have an ATP meter or want to do the blue die test and we understand that. Clean·iQ has been tried and tested and you can rest assured that the surface is "invisibly" clean.
A: This is another area where Clean·iQ stands out. Clean·iQ is an
EPA approved, non-toxic, non-mutagenic and non-allergenic product — safe to use around people, plants and animals. The Clean·iQ product does not leach after application and therefore does not transfer into other areas or places where it was not applied. It does not encourage any microbial adaptation or mutation. Clean·iQ reduces the need of using toxic cleaning chemicals and as such, toxic by-products and pollutants are reduced or eliminated. Clean·iQ is environmentally friendly. It does not contain heavy metals, formaldehyde, chlorinated aromatic compounds. Clean·iQ addresses the 2 main ecological concerns associated with leaching antimicrobials: bleeding harmful toxins into the environment and the generation of adaptive organisms (super bugs). Clean·iQ's molecular makeup and the way it works alleviate these concerns.
We are proud to say that we are:
• Environmentally friendly
• No heavy metals
• No Formaldehyde