Germs? Breaking the Chain of Contamination

Concerned about germs contamination on your benchtop or in the lab?

According to a study by Dr. Charles Gerba, University of Arizona, an average desk has 20,961 germs per square inch. To break this chain of contamination, clean your areas often and use Microfiber Cloths with Microban® Protection.


Microfiber Cloths with Microban® Protection

These cloths remove up to 99 percent of bacteria from non-porous surfaces, helping to prevent cross-contamination. When bacteria come in contact with the cloth, Microban Product Protection penetrates the cell wall of the bacteria, inhibiting the growth of stain and odor causing bacteria on the Microfiber cloth.

Microfiber material

Microfiber material lifts and traps dirt and moisture more effectively than traditional cloths, making virtually any surface clean, dry, and polished. The Microfiber provides excellent absorbency and holds up to 8 times its weight in liquid.

Even after repeated laundering (up to 300 times), the Microfiber cloths continue to deliver an added level of strength against stain and odor-causing bacteria. Reduce your annual costs by replacing your current cleaning chemicals with these versatile new cloths.

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