How to protect You, Your Home, and Your Stuff from viruses?

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The results of currently known studies on the spread of COVID-19 from person to person most often occur between close contacts (within about 6 feet).

Good personal hygiene is a key part of maintaining good health during an outbreak. Therefore, disinfection has become our daily work.

What is sanitizing?

Disinfection is a substance that kills 99.9% of bacteria within half a minute of exposure. Efficient disinfection can remove most bacteria on any surface or object in our daily life.


To Keep Yourself Away From Viruses

According to the results of research on COVID-19, close contact is the main channel for the virus to spread from person to person. Therefore, maintaining social distancing is essential. In addition to staying at home, good personal hygiene is also the key to maintaining good health. Establishing good hygiene habits will definitely benefit our daily lives, such as taking a shower every day, especially when you return home, washing your hands for at least 20 seconds, and more frequently to reduce the risk of exposure to bacteria and viruses. Anti-virus sprays are also essential items to prevent bacteria and viruses lying on our clothes and other items from being brought home.

IMC disinfectant spray  can help kill up to 99.9% of bacteria and viruses on the surface of any object. It will stick to the fiber of the article for a long time for disinfection. Click here to learn more about IMC spray.

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To Keep Your Home Virus-free

In addition to personal hygiene, household hygiene is another important aspect that you should also pay attention to. You should be aware that millions of bacteria will spread on every surface of objects in your home, such as furniture, toys, door handles and toilets. According to the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control, an alcohol solution with an alcohol content of at least 70% is effective against coronavirus. We should clean all frequently touched surfaces at least once a day. For floors, toilets and windows, household bleach should be used for disinfection. Household items such as carpets and bedsheets should be cleaned and disinfected regularly.

However, the above durable disinfectant spray can also be used for most indoor objects, because it will form a film on the fibers on the surface of different objects to prevent bacteria and viruses from multiplying and multiplying.

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To Clean Your Stuff


Regarding personal hygiene, your personal belongings should be disinfected anytime and anywhere. According to CDC, high contact surfaces include but are not limited to: bed rails; bed frames; dining tables; mobile phones; glasses; watches; earphones. It is difficult to clean uneven surfaces with physical disinfectants, and UV-C light can reach the entire angle of any surface to kill bacteria.


The Lexuma XGerm series can help you disinfect high-contact surfaces like mobile phones, which you have to touch thousands of times a day! It can also be used for many other small objects, such as keys, remote controls, earphones, glasses, etc. Scientifically tested, this portable UV disinfectant can effectively kill 99.9% of the bacteria covered on different surfaces.

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