Is Step 1 proven to kill SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19? Yes
Is Step 1 on the List N? Yes
What is List N? List N is a list of products that EPA expects will kill SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, when used according to the label directions. All products on this list meet EPA's criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19).
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Is this any different from a traditional cleaning solution? Yes, Regular cleaning is not enough. With regular cleaning a surface only stays clean until a something contaminates it. This provides protection that kills and inhibits the growth of problematic microorganisms for up to 90 days.
Is this cheaper than traditional cleaning products? Yes, Establishment 1: They have 3,000 square feet of space and are spraying a traditional sanitizer once a day. $30 a day in product equates to $900 a month with only a single daily application that doesn't provide any surface protectant after it dries. Monthly Cost: $900. Establishment 2: They have 3,000 square feet of space and are using www.sanitizeanddefend.com. $0.56 a day in product equates to $33.33 a month. The www.sanitizeanddefend.com provides up to 90 days of surface protection after it dries.
Monthly Cost: $16.67. Conclusion: Using www.sanitizeanddefend.com saved Establishment 2 over $10,000 in one year and provided continuous surface protection.
Are the products we sell registered with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)? Yes
What are the EPA Registration Numbers? 89492-2 and 48737-1-34273.
Are the products we sell registered with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)? Yes
Have any outside hospital studies been conducted? Yes, Click Here (All testing performed independently by Microbac Laboratories and/or Chestnut Laboratories)
Have any outside virology studies been conducted? Yes, Outside Virology Study June 4, 2020 and Outside Virology Study Aug 14, 2020. (All testing performed independently by Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity and/or the Rega Medical Research Institute) (Source: Global Virus Network)
What types of uses and surfaces can I spray or fog? Any hard or pourous surface. Traditional sanitizers and disinfectants may provide an effective means of dispatching a broad spectrum of bacteria, viruses and fungi, but they only work while the surface remains wet, and their class of antimicrobial generally can provide NO claim for efficacy on soft surfaces.
What quantity should I order? Quantity (1) will treat between 4,000 and 6,000/sq.ft. Increase order quantity based on the square footage you are spraying. Click Here for a order quantity calculation chart.
What type of sprayer or fogger should I use? You can use a garden sprayer, fogger/mister or an electrostatic sprayer. The finer the output of mist will maximize the square footage of coverage.
Will regular cleaning of treated surfaces reduce its effectiveness? No. Normal cleaning will not harm or remove the top coat of the treated surface. It is, however, important to note that sanding, or scrubbing treated surfaces with abrasive cleaners, will partially remove it, requiring spot reapplication to regain effectiveness.
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