Available in a variety of packages and concentrations. With only natural ingredients, sterIOdine™ is non-toxic to humans and animals. Without the alcohol that will dry out your skin, you can safely use this product anywhere knowing it will protect you, your family, and the environment.
Infection Control Solutions
Benzalkonium chloride wipes may contain chemicals that are toxic to the environment, animals, and aquatic life.
Overuse of disinfectants can lead to “superbugs,” or bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics.
The "quaternary ammonium" compounds as known as “quat" may trigger asthma, allergies, illnesses related to respiratory, reproductive, and endocrine systems.
The intended surface must remain wet for 30 seconds up to 10 minutes to disinfect.
300ppm of available iodine in sterIOdine™ disinfectant spray can completely inactivate the SARS-CoV-2 Human Coronavirus Strain 229E in 15 seconds.
See: Development Level Testing Results
Iodine tinctures and iodophors have not been shown to contribute to antibiotic resistance.
Skin-safe and will not dry hands.
Nontoxic ingredients are safe for the environment.
Only tested on humans.
70% Alcohol-based hand sanitizer
"According to a systematic review of scientific studies by Günter Kampf of the Institute of Hygiene and Environmental Medicine, Germany, ethanol is highly effective at 80% concentration, which is the level where the alcohol will inactivate an enveloped virus within 30 seconds. The CDC's recommendation to use hand sanitizer with at least 60% ethanol is wrong with reference to Coronavirus, and its guidelines need updating."
Direct use of isopropyl alcohol on hard surfaces such as wood furniture will destroy the finishes as alcohol acts as a solvent.
Fire hazard when exposed to extremely hot temperatures.
Repeated skin exposure to Isopropyl Alcohol can cause itching, redness, rash, drying, and cracking. Prolonged skin contact may cause slight to severe flaking, scaling, or peeling. Deep cracks that may bleed.
sterIOdine Infection Control Solution for Hard and Soft Surfaces
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