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Virus-carrying microdroplets in the air are a leading cause for the rapid spread of infection and disease. Virus Protect+ Home Air Disinfection Bundle helps to disinfect and purify the air you breathe, killing dangerous microbes and pathogens while also eliminating unwanted odors.

Sanitize All Surfaces

Better than standard household cleaners, Virus Protect+ Surface Disinfectant can sanitize all indoor and outdoor surfaces – hard, soft, porous, food and non-food. Don’t forget to disinfect items exposed to the outdoors, like packages, deliveries, shoes, phones, and more.

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Eating clean can contribute to your overall health and wellness. Using Virus Protect+ Food Spray on your fruits and veggies not only helps to remove pesticides, handling residues and other impurities, but also helps preserve their freshness for longer.

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Breaks down into the water, oxygen and common table salt

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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
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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. While I try to convince my kids to wash their hands, at least everything they touch’ll be clean.”

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“As someone with pulmonary issues, I have to admit that I’ve become very paranoid about my health. But now I feel more secured after I tried the concentrate and diffuser package so I bought more to place around my house. Nothing beats the peace of mind I have now knowing I can get extra protection.“

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“When I learned about that tiger in the zoo that got the virus, I immediately thought of my own two fur babies, Even when I take extra precautions when taking them out for walks, I still spray them down with a little of the diluted concentrate to make sure they don’t bring home any germs from the outside. I also use this to clean all over my house and in their crates and it’s really made all the smells go away.“

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