Frequently Asked Questions

Unpleasant smells...

Bacteria give rise to unpleasant smells. Perspiration provokes a muggy environment, suitable to the development of fungi (mycosis) and bacteria.

Linen used by an animal...

 Must not be washed with the linen of the owners and shoud be washed at more than 60°C or with a disinfectant for linen, like the SANYTOL Laundry disinfectant.

Legionnaire's disease (bacterial) proliferates...

Thanks to cooling or air-conditioning systems. It can cause respiratory distress which is particularly serious in fragile people.

Clothing washed at 30°...

 Contains only 10 times fewer microorganisms than before washing, against 500 times fewer if washed at 40° (Source: Pasteur Institute).

An office desk...

Is said to contain 3 249 bacteria per cm² versus 8 bacteria per cm² on a toilet seat.

Public toilet seats...

Are a paradise for microbes and bacteria such as scabies, staphylococci amongst others. 

Contamination in a kitchen sink...

 Is 100 000 times greater than that of a WC. And, 40% of cases of food poisoning originates  in the kitchen.

A simple piece of fabric...

Can contain more than 100 0005 germs per cm² after being worn one single day. (Scott & Bloomfield)