The biotech cleaning company Zonitise has launched a detergent that kills germs and odor-causing bacteria on clothes between washes. Originally intended for household and OPL laundries, Zionitise provides up to a month (or five wash cycles) protection from bacteria and germs on laundry and uses the same antimicrobial technology that has been shown to kill SARS-CoV-2 when sprayed onto surfaces .
The product works in detergents at only 30 ° C and reduces the spread of diseases in textiles. At the same time, odor-causing bacteria are eliminated, and clothes and other laundry are kept fresher and safer for longer. The company says it has also shown great interest in the product, from retailers to commercial laundries.
The laundry additive complements an antimicrobial cleaning spray and hand sanitizer that the biotech cleaning company launched this year along with its professional antimicrobial coating treatments.
The product uses the same antimicrobial technology that has been shown to eliminate SARS-CoV-2 on surfaces after 6 weeks, as tested by two of the world's leading laboratories. Significant studies have shown that the antimicrobial protection of just 50ml of the product per full load of household linen can protect for up to 1 month, making clothes and bedding smell fresh longer, but also massively reducing the risk of germs on clothes as land opens and people start shuffling again.
Zonitise's antimicrobial detergent additive provides a constant protective barrier for clothing, preventing germs from accumulating and being transmitted to fabrics, and reducing the risk of bacteria spreading to clothing and bedding. A 500ml bottle of Zonitise's antimicrobial detergent additive is available at the introductory price of £ 24.99 (normal price £ 35.99).
The antimicrobial detergent additive Zonitise is hypoallergenic, non-bleaching, non-toxic, 100% free of perfumes and dyes, environmentally friendly and suitable for any machine washable fabric. Not only is it environmentally friendly, but it also kills bacteria at much lower temperatures than traditional washing (60 degrees Celsius plus is usually required to effectively kill germs), which makes it more energy efficient – but what's unique is that it continues to protect laundry in between the washes.