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Effectiveness & Efficiency

Is Pure 100 effective against COVID-19 and Emerging Viral Pathogens?

Pure 100 is on EPA’s List N for COVID disinfection, and approved for emerging viral pathogen claims.

Pure 100 has demonstrated effectiveness against viruses similar to COVID-19 on hard, non-porous surfaces.  Therefore Pure 100 can be used against COVID-19 when used in accordance with directions for use against COVID-19 on hard, non-porous surfaces. Refer to the CDC www.cdc.gov  for additional information.

What viruses has Pure 100 been tested to be effective against?

Pure 100 has been tested against the following viruses and bacteria, all with a 10 minute contact time for elimination:

- Feline Calicivirus (Norovirus surrogate)

- Hepatitis A Virus

- Pseudomonas aeruginosa

- Salmonella enterica

- Staphylococcus aureus

What makes Pure 100 different from other disinfectants?

While other disinfectants boast a long laundry list of ingredients and side effects, Pure 100 has only TWO ingredients. One of them is water, making up 99.98% of the solution.

The remaining ingredient is Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2). Chlorine Dioxide is not chlorine, nor bleach. Saying that ClO2 has “chlorine” in it is like saying that H2O has “hydrogen” in it. While there is a chlorine atom in the makeup of ClO2, this is not the same as pure Chlorine or Bleach.

Chlorine Dioxide is an oxidizer than breaks down into water, oxygen, and salt. Parents with young kids can feel confident in using a disinfectant at home that is approved by the EPA to eliminate viruses and bacteria, but is gentle in its byproducts compared to other common brands!

Usages

Where can Pure 100 be used?

Pure 100 can be used on high traffic areas that need routine disinfecting! 

For Use In: Homes, vehicles, schools, daycare, gyms, locker rooms, sports gear, hospitals, nursing homes, laundry rooms, veterinary, ambulances, laboratories, restaurants, boats, ships, federally inspected meat & poultry processing plants, farms, animal pens and poultry houses, egg processing premises, hatcheries, swine premise sanitation, refrigerated storage units, HVAC and AC systems, airplanes, trains, trucks, buses, automobiles, recreational vehicles, botanical facilities, commercial greenhouses, customer/public areas, floral shops, garden centers, horticultural facilities, plant growing chambers, plant growing facilities, plant growing rooms, plant holding areas, greenhouse equipment, greenhouse films, plant display racks, plant grow shelves.

What surfaces can Pure 100 be used on?

Pure 100 can be used to disinfect pre-cleaned hard non-porous surfaces such as glass, plastic, painted wood, laminate, chrome, stainless steel, polyurethane coated hardwood floors, glazed ceramic tile, sealed concrete & linoleum floors.

Types of items include: Exterior of appliances, bed frames, cabinet handles, wheelchairs, child car seats, counters, cribs, doorknobs, tables, tubs, exterior toilet surfaces, faucet handles, handrails, jungle gyms, keyboards, light switch covers, patio furniture, showers, sinks, stovetops, telephones, toys, walls, waste containers.

Instructions

Are there pre-cleaning instructions?

Remove visible soil by cleaning (you’re welcome to use Pure 100 to remove the visible soil). Spray product straight onto soils, scrub and wipe clean with a dry paper towel or cloth.

What are the instructions for use?

Apply Pure 100 to pre-cleaned hard non-porous surfaces, wetting thoroughly with spray, sponge, mop, or by immersion in solution. Allow surfaces to remain visibly wet for 10 minutes for virus inactivation and bacteria disinfection.

For immersion, replace solution daily, or more frequently if it becomes significantly soiled or diluted.

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