Do Antimicrobials Work?

On many occasions, the active ingredient that is found in both the Microbe-Shield Surface Treatment, and the Germ-Free 24 Foaming Hand Sanitizer has been put to rigorous testing. We thought we'd share just two examples...

In the first study to your right, the active ingredient (here called "Zoonocide") was tested against 5 pathogens of varying degrees of difficulty to kill:

  • Salmonella
  • Staphylococcus
  • Pseudomonas
  • Listeria and 
  • MRSA

The plates were prepared, inoculated with the pathogens on days 1, 14 and 28, and in each case, there was a reduction rate of 68.52-99.26%! 

In the second test, a new version was released and tested with even better results...

Just two common pathogens - those of highest concern in food preparation areas:

  • Staphylococcus
  • E. coli

were tested on plates that were prepared, inoculated and re-inoculated at 24 hours and 28 days.

And in each case, there was complete elimination of the test bacteria.

Because Zoono's anti-microbial technology kills mechanically instead of biologically, as is the case with 60%-72 % alcohol-based antimicrobials, colonization and mutation are curtailed. New studies have shown that, even though alcohol-based antimicrobials are EPA approved, some multi-drug-resistant bacterium have become increasingly tolerant to alcohols.

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