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Why Does LagoMed Unique Sanitizing Formulation Matter?

The synergistic formulation of alcohol and non-alcohol antiseptics base enhances the speed of biocidal activity to combat contact contamination. The inclusion of disinfectants PAPB and BACs in LagoMed® Sanitizing Mist improves the antimicrobial spectrum while increasing the activity of alcohol, which is justifiable to achieve both immediate and long-lasting effect. With its relatively non-toxic properties, it is also non-damaging to surfaces and gentle to the skin.



It is important to note that alcohol helps to reduce the count of bacteria, viruses, and other microbes on a surface while disinfectant kills most of them. For each disease, there is a calculated number of germs, namely the dose of exposure you need to undertake to be infected. Thus, by lowering the total number of germs on a surface and killing it off within seconds, LagoMed® Sanitizing Mist helps to protect you and your family from the risk of infection.

Thus, it explains why LagoMed® Sanitizing Mist acts more effectively and rapidly than just ordinary disinfectants, which may require up to 10 minutes to kill germs.

Best way for prevention from Coronavirus is to Clean and then Disinfect your surfaces.

Studies conducted by University of California reported that SARS-CoV-2 may remain infectious on surfaces for a various duration of time depending on the types of surfaces and we may acquire the coronavirus after touching contaminated objects. Scientists discovered the virus is detectable for up to:

3 hours in aerosols;

4 hours on copper;

24 hours on cardboard;

2 to 3 days on plastic and stainless steel.

The study attempted to mimic the virus being deposited onto everyday surfaces in a household or hospital setting by an infected person through coughing or touching of surfaces and objects.

According to The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, best practice to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in households and community settings is to first clean visibly dirty surfaces and then sanitize and disinfect them.

"The key areas to address are surfaces that are shared by family members and those that come in close contact with bodily fluid. If your windows are dirty, they aren't a big concern to your health but a doorknob touched after a sneeze can be," says Michael G. Schmidt, PhD, professor of microbiology at the Medical University of South Carolina and chair of the American Society of Microbiology's Council on Microbial Sciences.