New cleaning product combats COVID-19 and other communicable diseases

New cleaning product  combats COVID-19 and other communicable diseases
June 17
15:08 2020

During this global pandemic, everyone is looking for a way to combat COVID-19. A new product that just hit the market may be the answer we have all been praying for.  InvisiShield is a cleaning product that can be used in several ways to fight the spread of this deadly virus.

InvisiShield was launched earlier this year when their inventors saw a great need for the product. It can be used in gel form for hands, a fogger for large rooms, and a mist for smaller areas and surfaces.

Lloyd Leonard of LJL Enterprises is the marketing consultant for InvisiShield in the state of North Carolina and wants to bring this product to as many people as possible. According to Leonard, his goal is to assist in the eradication of the spread of the virus.

“My hope is to help my hometown become COVID-free and by using this product; that is one way of eradicating this virus,” said Leonard.

The company states their product is a “surface protectant that eliminates harmful germs, viruses, odor causing bacteria, mold and mildew. It forms a micro-biostatic antimicrobial coating once you use it on a surface. The product stops the growth and reproduction of bacteria and growths at a nano-level, leaving the feel and look of the surface the same.

“The powerful antimicrobial formula is an effective inhibitor for harmful odor-causing bacteria, mold, mildew, viruses and fungi. It protects surfaces up to 30 days, creating a healthier environment for everyone.”

InvisiShield is also non-toxic and has been approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).  

Their hand gel was designed to be a replacement for traditional hand sanitizers. Instead of using high amounts of alcohol, which can dry the skin, cause redness, chapping and flaking, iShield HS24 (hand sanitizer) contains the active material AMOSILQ, which is not only effective against bacteria, but also viruses and fungi. It also does not have to be reapplied after hand-washing, making it more cost effective than alcohol-based hand sanitizers.

“On application to the skin, iShield 24 forms an invisible moisturizing layer that will not wash off and continues to be effective against microbial pathogens for up to 24 hours,” according to the website.

Leonard stated he has reached out to several entities in the city including City Manager Pat Garrity and a representative inside the school system. He also stated their board of directors will hold a demonstration at the White House in a few weeks to display the effectiveness of their product.

For more information about InvisiShield and their services, please call 336-825-7004 or 760-213-6106.

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