Dayton, OH January 18, 2013 - The 2013 flu season arrived earlier than usual and is more active and aggressive than usual. In response to the epidemic spreading across the United States, Chicago, Boston, and The State of New York have already declared a Public Health Emergency, and this epidemic just getting started.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises these critical steps in preventing flu influenza: get the flu vaccine and wash and/or sanitize your hands frequently. But the CDC has reported the flu vaccine to only be 62% effective, and many viruses can live outside the body for up to 48 hours on contaminated surfaces. One is left with confronting the obvious and daunting question, "what else can I do to protect myself?" Sanitize the environments within which you live, learn, work and play. This is the missing action in the Flu Fight.
As the only product on the market that ensures total coverage on all surfaces, dries-on-contact, and kills 99.99% of flu and other bacteria on contact, SaniGuard’s Total Release Sanitizing Fogger, answers this question directly.
This revolutionary Sanitizing Fogger will sanitize an entire room in just 15 minutes. SaniGuard is an EPA approved and patented sanitizer, proven to kill 99.9% of all germs, bacteria and viruses on contact. SaniGuard has undergone extensive testing, is the only dry-on-contact sanitizer available, and is safe to use on all surfaces including electronics. The 8 oz. fogger will treat up to 625 sq. ft. and the 3 oz. fogger will treat up to 155 sq. ft., ridding the room of disease causing microbes.
The CDC recommends that you "sanitize areas where there are both high concentrations of dangerous germs and a possibility that they will be spread to others." Sanitizing these "hot zone" areas with SaniGuard is easy and instantaneous with our foggers and direct sprays.
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About the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The CDC is one of the major operating components of the Department of Health and Human Services. View CDC’s Official Mission Statements/Organizational Charts to learn more about CDC′s organizational structure at www.cdc.gov.