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Frequently Asked Questions
How does it kill microbes on contact?
Microbes are generally killed by chemicals, hydrogen peroxide, and UV light sources including the use of robots. For their respective levels of efficacy to occur, applications of this type require consistent application which can prove impractical, difficult, or expensive.
How does it residually kill for 90 days?
The residual effect has been shown to adhere to surfaces and kill microbes including MRSA (staph), C-diff, Athlete's foot, Ringworm, E coli and viruses for up to 90 days.
What do you mean it's NOT a chemical?
Our product's molecular makeup is that of a water molecule. The water molecule acts as a carrying agent. It's properties strengthen in time and adhere to both hard and soft materials. It's unique among anti-microbials.
Is it EPA approved?
Yes. Studies by the EPA included how microbes are actually killed, the length of time that residual effectiveness occurs, that the product is water-based and it is completely safe. It is safe to use around humans and pets and does not require a warning label.
What is the KnockOut Grime Advanced Protection Program?
The Advanced Protection Program includes treating surfaces and fabrics. Surfaces of all types: Stainless Steel, wood, metal, vinyl, plastic, rubber, porcelain, stone, and glass. Fabrics include curtains, laundry, linens, uniforms, and leather upholstery. Don't overlook: showers, pool areas, water fountains, elevators and buttons, hand rails, waiting rooms, and touch points common to everyday life.