Cleaner, Sanitiser & Mould Prevention
Enviro DeSalin AM is a powerful sanitiser and preservative against microorganisms, mould and algae. It is not only used to clean infected surfaces, but also as a treatment to protect the surface from further mould growth in the future.
Traditional bleach-based mould cleaning solutions usually worsen the problem, as mould spores are resistant to bleach and eventually the cleaning efforts result in contamination of a greater area. Enviro DeSalin AM’s formulation effectively kills mould spores and binds on the application surface, offering long-term sterilisation.
Features and Benefits
- Multi-purpose – removes and prevents growth of bacteria & mould
- Long-lasting action – only reapply twice a year
- Broad-spectrum – kills mould, mould spores, algae and bacteria
- Easy application
- Water-based – no bleach, no solvents
- Low odour, low VOC
Areas of Use
Enviro DeSalin AM can be used to clean and sanitise or for the removal and prevention of mould growth on internal and external surfaces such as:
- Hard surfaces
- External facades and brickwork
- Driveways and pathways
- Swimming pools & fountains
Effectiveness Against Viruses
Enviro DeSalin AM contains more than 4.5% w/w benzalkonium chloride, a substance that has long been proven to be extremely effective against viruses [1, 2, 3]. In addition, many countries have recognized the use of benzalkonium chloride as one of the few active agents that can terminate coronaviruses, SARS-CoV-2 virus and related COVID-19 disease .
In fact, DeSalin AM has an almost 100-fold increased concentration of active viricidal ingredients, compared to the proposed concentration of relevant scientific reference. This makes DeSalin AM an excellent sanitiser and steriliser.
 Inactivation of Viruses by Benzalkonium Chloride, J. A. Armstrong, E. J. Froelich, Appl Microbiol, March 1964; 12(2): 132–137.
 Virucidal efficacy of physico-chemical treatments against coronaviruses and parvoviruses of laboratory animals, Saknimit M, Inatsuki I, Sugiyama Y, Yagami K. (1988), Jikken Dobutsu. 37:341-5
 Benzalkonium Chloride Demonstrates Concentration-Dependent Antiviral Activity Against Adenovirus In Vitro, Eric G. Romanowski, Kathleen A. Yates, Robert M.Q. Shanks, Regis P. Kowalski, Journal of Ocular Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Jun 2019, 311-314.
 Interim List of Household Products and Active Ingredients for Disinfection of the COVID-19 Virus, National Environmental Agency of Singapore (https://www.nea.gov.sg/our-services/public-cleanliness/environmental-cleaning-guidelines/guidelines/interim-list-of-household-products-and-active-ingredients-for-disinfection-of-covid-19)
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