What makes SANI-99 a preferred hand and surface disinfectant?
With SANI-99 you can never run out of disinfectant. As long as you have a SANI-99 sachet with you, and have access to water and a spray bottle, you will have a powerful and an effective disinfectant.
One SANI-99 sachet weighs only 6g. This means that you can carry sachets in your handbag, pocket or car without taking up any space. Our company is against plastic contamination and promotes this with our “ONE BOTTLE FOR LIFE” policy. SANI-99 is more effective and much safer to use than alcohol-based disinfectants.
How effective is SANI-99 as a disinfectant and has it been tested in an accredited laboratory?
It has passed many of the stringent European Standards tests across the globe, including the EN 1276, EN 13697, BS EN 1040-2005 and the EN 14476 corona virus test. SANI-99 is always tested in SANAS and European Standard ILAC- MRA accredited laboratories.
Has it been tested for use as a hand sanitiser?
Yes. An additional EN 1276 test was performed, and it has been proven to kill 99.999% of all pathogenic bacteria within 10 - 30 seconds.
Is there a difference between a sanitiser and SANI-99?
Yes. A sanitiser reduces the number of germs on a surface by at least 99.9%, whereas SANI-99 kills pathogens and viruses at 99.99995%.
SANI-99 also kills a much wider range of microorganisms such as bacteria, enveloped viruses and certain fungi. The main difference is the efficacy strength of the two products.
How long is SANI-99 effective after being sprayed on a surface?
As long it takes for the next contamination to take place.
What is the main difference between alcohol-based disinfectants and SANI-99?
Alcohol based products are effective for a very short period of time. There is no guarantee that alcohol in its diluted form, will have the efficacy as claimed on the bottle.
Apart from the strong odour and being flammable, it also damages sensitive skin. SANI-99 remains active for a long period and is not flammable and has been proven to have a ‘soothing’ effect on the skin.
Why do governing bodies recommend buying alcohol-based disinfectants and not SANI-99?
SANI-99 is a new product that has only recently been bought to market as an alternative solution to alcohol-based disinfectants.
Alcohol-based disinfectants have been widely used for decades and SANI-99 is now doing its best in promoting its new revolutionary technology. The more we can promote SANI-99 as the best choice in surface and hand disinfectant the safer we will all be!
Will SANI-99 bleach fabrics?
Certain fabrics are more prone to bleaching than others. We know that viscose is highly susceptible to bleaching whereas polyester is not.
Always keep in mind that a disinfectant is designed for surfaces and not to disinfect fabrics.