Viruses, and other harmful contaminants can live on surfaces for at least up to 3 days , and perhaps more! Our BioSponge™, made from our Patented BioFoam™ Open-Cell Foam technology, are the best way to mitigate infection risk!
Home, Commercial and Medical Use
Now you can trap viruses and most other harmful pathogens that live on surfaces, inside one of our EPA-Registered disinfectant infused BioSponge™. Once they are trapped inside they get destroyed inside the foam when used in conjunction with an EPA-registered disinfectant!
When finished disinfecting, simply wash your BioSponge™ with soap and hot water, and they are ready to use again!
This package includes 5 BioSponges™
Eco Friendly and Cost Saving!
Our BioSponges™ are durable, washable and reusable. Each of our Mitts, Sponges and wipes can replace thousands of paper towels, making it a much more cost-effective and sustainable alternative. Compare: $63 for 4,000 paper towels vs. $29.95 for two reusable BioSponges™.
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Accept No Substitutes!
Made from the AquaFlex Open-Cell Foam, the capillary network of open-cell foam has 1.56 square feet of surface area per square inch. Our BioSponge™ provides over 100 times the surface area than a paper towel, and delivers far more disinfectant per square inch of treated surface.
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How is our BioSponge™ More Safe?
Our BioFoam™ is made of Patented, AquaFlex Open-Cell Foam, which is already Proven and Approved and is in use in Homeland Security Applications as a Maximum Surface Area Application Device.
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Our BioFoam™ products combined with an EPA-registered disinfectant is a 2-part system for disinfecting surfaces that involves trapping the pathogens and then destroying the pathogens. The EPA-registered disinfectant used in conjunction with our BioFoam™ products comes from a 3rd party supplier.
The first part is utilizing our high surface area, AquaFlex Open-Cell polyolefin foam with an interconnected capillary network to apply to a potentially pathogen-contaminated surface. This high surface area effectively sets the trap to capture pathogens on surfaces that include a multitude of pathogens from bacteria to viruses.
The second part of the system is destroying the pathogens, and viruses, with an EPA-registered disinfectant that destroys the pathogens in accordance with its label provided by the supplier. It is essential to follow all instructions on the label of the EPA-registered disinfectant for efficacy.