SANYTOL, the expert in disinfection without bleach, kills 99,9% of Bacteria, Fungi and Viruses.

Textile Disinfectant Deodorizer Anti-Allergen

Description

Household air allergens can trigger respiratory or skin allergies in sensitive people.

SANYTOL, the experts in bleach-free disinfection, have developed an anti-allergen textile disinfectant which disinfects and neutralises fungi spore, dust mite, cat hair and pollen allergens with 85% efficiency. It eliminates smells of damp, cooking, tobacco, animals, cooking and gives your textiles back the freshness of clean linen.

Features

Kills 99.9% of bacteria, candida albicans, human Coronavirus 229 E and H1N1 virus
Kills 99.9% of bacteria, candida albicans, human Coronavirus 229 E and H1N1 virus
85% neutralisation of dust mite, pollen and cat hair allergens
85% neutralisation of dust mite, pollen and cat hair allergens
Eliminates the microbes responsible for bad smells
Eliminates the microbes responsible for bad smells
Leaves a light fragrance without allergens which can be labelled according to current regulations
Leaves a light fragrance without allergens which can be labelled according to current regulations

Suitable For

  • Non-washable or hard-to-wash textiles
  • Carpets
  • Curtains
  • Hats
  • Bags
  • Car seats
  • Litter boxes

Usage Advice

Spray about 30 cm from your textiles until they are slightly damp.
Allow to dry in the open air. Repeat the application regularly for stubborn smells.

Non-staining. Do not use on leather, suede or silk. For delicate textiles, test the product on a hidden surface.

Use biocides carefully. Read the label and product information before use.

This product is designed to effectively remove

SANYTOL formulas are tested in a Microbiology Laboratory and comply with AFNOR and European standards for antimicrobial efficacy. They guarantee perfect hygiene and are active on:

Bacteria

Bacteria

Bacteria according to EN13697 norm (5 min).

Fungi

Fungi

Fungi according to EN13697 norm (15 min)

Virus

Virus

Human coronavirus 229 E, influenza virus A (H1N1) and on Herpes Simplex virus type 1 according to the methodology prescribed by standard EN14476.