Safest and Most Effective Disinfectant on the Market

No Organism Tested against virusprotect plus has proven to be resistant
Eco-Friendly Home Disinfectant System

Purify Air and Sanitize Surfaces

Better than standard household cleaners, VirusProtect+ can thoroughly sanitize all home surfaces, killing 99.99% dangerous microbes and pathogens with a less than 30-second kill rate. It safely disinfects wood, glass, metal, tile, plastic, and even fabric without worrying about corrosion even after long-term use. Just spray and leave on – no rinsing or wiping required.

Dangers of Common Cleaners

Most common cleaners contain carcinogens and “quaternary ammonium compounds” or QACs which have been linked to health effects like asthma, blindness, infertility, and even cancer. VirusProtect+ is the safest cleaner on the market. It does not leave behind any harmful residues, byproducts or toxins. Best of all, our formula is also non-carcinogenic according to the CDC.

Safest Cleaner Available

VirusProtect+ is safe for kids, families, animals, plants, and our planet. The toxic chemical byproducts released by common cleaners can harm the environment and pollute soil, water, and air – being a danger to wildlife and our natural resources. It easily breaks down into the water, oxygen and common table salt when exposed to sunlight.

Concentrate

Multipurpose solution that kills 99.99% of germs, viruses and bacteria in under 1 minute

Ultrasonic Diffuser

Use with the Concentrate to help purify the air you breathe and neutralize unwanted odors

Portable Diffuser

Easily mist and disinfect outdoor surfaces to bring added protection wherever you go

Surface Disinfectant

Clean and sanitize 99.99% of germs on all home surfaces - wood, metal, plastic, glass and fabric

Food Rinse

Remove pesticides, waxes, and other impurities from fruits and veggies to keep them fresh for longer

Pet Spray

Safe and hypoallergenic formula that removes germs, stains, and odors from pet items and surfaces

Protect Your Home Today

Earth-Friendly, Family Friendly

We have partnered with TwinOxide, to develop an earth friendly breakthrough disinfectant system which is now one of the safest and most effective systems in the world. Unlike other popular disinfectants, Medimmune Health products are safe for the environment and for your family.

WHO, CDC, FDA and EPA Approved

One Disinfectant, So Many Uses

Diffusing

4oz – up to 220 hours
8oz – up to 440 hours

Disinfectant Spray

4oz – Makes 41 oz
8oz – Makes 82 oz

Food Rinse

4oz – Makes 205 oz
8oz – Makes 410 oz

Travel Sprayer

4oz – 80 refills
8oz – 158 refills

Works On Any Surface, Anywhere

Our multipurpose solution can work for your entire home – helping you to save money and reducing plastic packaging waste. Save resources and the environment when you make the switch Virus Protect+ today!

How It Works: The Science

How It Works

The VirusProtect+ Concentrate is a powerful solution that reacts rapidly via oxidation to help provide effective impact against germs, bacteria, fungi, algae, and some parasitic microorganisms

It works by targeting key amino acids found in the protein wall of microorganisms, some of which are: cysteine, methionine, tyrosine, and tryptophan. This disables the microbe’s ability to penetrate another cell, which renders them incapable of mutating or reproducing, and consequently eliminates them altogether. Additionally, because those amino acids play a crucial role in all living systems, including microbes, it is not possible for any microbe to develop a resistance against this formula.

Our Safe Formulation

There have also been studies that show how most popular cleaners have been related to the development of adverse health effects, including respiratory conditions and asthma, blindness, skin issues and even infertility and cancer. Compared to other common household cleaners, VirusProtect+ is a cleaner and safer alternative. It rapidly breaks down into harmless water, oxygen and common table salt when exposed to sunlight; additionally, it does not produce harmful residues or byproducts, making it very safe for humans, animals, and the environment.

Finally a Safe Alternative

Get complete protection for your home and family with VirusProtect+:

Proven Effective

EPA registered to kill 99.99% of viruses, bacteria,
algae, fungi, mold, yeast, and bacterial spores

Residue-Free & Eco-Friendly

Safe for children, pets, families, and the environment

Approved Formula

Recognized by the WHO, CDC, FDA, and EPA

Safe Byproducts

Breaks down into the water, oxygen and common table salt

Non-Carcinogenic

Non-carcinogenic or mutagenic according to the CDC

100x More Effective

Compared to other leading household disinfectants

One Disinfectant, So Many Uses

VirusProtect+ is safer and 100x more effective than most standard household cleaners

Money Back Guarantee

What if this product isn’t for you? Don’t worry! If for some reason you don’t love Medimmune Health, we include every purchase with a 30-Day no questions asked money-back guarantee.

Real Stories from Real Customers

Donna S.

“I wash my hands about 10x a day, but my kids won’t even bother to wash once. So I’ve been using the Concentrate as an all over cleaner religiously to spray down everything in my house to kill whatever germs they could come into contact with. I particularly like that it works on our couch and sheets too. I love it.”

Lyka S.

“As someone who is very cautious about my health, I feel more secured when I clean my home daily and spray down everything that enters my home. I bought several bottles and I’ve even sent some to my kids. Nothing beats the peace of mind I have now knowing I can get extra protection.“

Martha P.

“I have three dogs at home and I tend to get worried about the cleaners I use around the, so I buy pet-branded cleaners that can get pretty expensive. When I learned this is safe for pets, I tried it and it is! I use this to clean all over my house and in their crates and it’s really made all the smells go away.”

Don’t leave your loved ones vulnerable

Have peace of mind knowing your family is safe and protected with VirusProtect+.

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