Vital oxide is an EPA and Health Canada registered hospital grade disinfectant proven to kill COVID-19. Vital oxide meets the emerging pathogen requirements for viruses showing efficacy against envelope and non envelope virus, large and small It cleans, it sanitizes, it kills mold & mildew and it elimiates odor. This product is ready to use straight out of the bottle, tough on bacteria and viruses but gentle to the users. Vital oxide is non corrosive, non-hazardous, not irritating to the skin, odorless and no requires no rinsing after use. It has the highest MSDS safety rating of 0-0-0 and is safe for use around food contact and food processing environments. (Link for MSDS Sheet)
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to Vital Oxide today. Vital Oxide leaves no toxic fumes, no toxic residues, and is fragrance-free. It is so mild you can wash your hands in it. Vital Oxide leaves no pollutants in the atmosphere making the air we breathe cleaner
Vital Oxide Features:
- Full strength and ready to use
- Two dilution options for sanitizing (5:1 and 9:1)
- EPA registered (EPA #: 82972-1)
- Health Canada registered (DIN# 02422654)
- Kills 99.999% of bacteria and viruses including: Ebola, H1N1, Hepatitis A, B & C,
Norovirus and many others
- Effective fungicide
- Kills spores and prevents mold regroth on tile and other materials for up to seven
- Excellent for water damage and mold removal services
- Removes odor by attacking the root cause of the problem instead of masking the smell
- Eliminates alltergens
- Cleans HVAC systems and air ducts
- Certified by the Carpet & Rug Institute for pet stains and odor
- Carpet and rug sanitizer
- Sanitizes 99.999% of food contact surfaces with no rinsing required
- Soft surface sanitizer
- Hypo allergenic
- pH balance of 8-9
- No harsh chemicals or VOCs
- No personal protection equipment (PPE) needed
- Shef stable for up to 2 years
Vital Oxide Uses
- Retirement Homes
- Long Term Care Facilities
- Physiotherapy Clinics
- Veterinary Clinics
- Dental Offices
- Day Cares
- Public Transit
- Taxi & Ride Share
- Moving & Storage
- Commercial Offices
- Places of Worship
- Retail Stores
- Cleaning Companies
- HVAC Companies
- Mold Remediation
- Carpet Cleaning
- Automotive Industries
- Cannibas Industry
- Tourism & Hospitality Industry
EPA / HEALTH CANDA REGISTERED HOSPITAL GRADE DISINFECTANT CLEANER
Proven to kill a wide range of bacteria and viruses, won’t contribute to the formation of “super bugs” and does not contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
NSF REGISTERED, NO RINSE REQUIRED FOR FOOD CONTACT SURFACES
Kills 99.999% of food borne bacteria in less than one minute, including E.coli, Salmonella and Listeria
MOLD & MILDEW KILLER
Kills and prevents spores with up to 7 months of residual effects; safe on a wide range of surfaces from marble to carpeting and much more
Proven effective on pet dander, dustmike and cockraoch allergens; safe for use directly on pet bedding
Ends malodors caused by smoke, trash, septic systems, spoiled food and more; contains no masking agents or fragrances; provwn to be effective at neutralizing urine and fecal odors
HVAC & AIR DUCTS
Used in HVAC and air ducts for antimicrobial control including eliminating bacteria, mold, mildew and other fungi including those that cause Legionnaire’s disease; leaves systems free of microbial contaimation to ensure optimal air quality
SOFT SURFACE SANITIZER
Used on a wide range of soft surfaces; kills odor causing bacteria on soft surfaced by eliminating the source; great for upholstery, curtains and automobiles
No. While chlorine dioxide has chlorine in its name, its chemistry is very different from the corrosive chemistry of chlorine bleach. The primary differences are that chlorine dioxide is less caustic, safer, and gentler than bleach and many other antiseptics and antimicrobials, plus it remains effective under organic load. Further, chlorine bleach produces harmful by-products to the environment, including trihalomethanes (THM) and haloacetic acids (HAAS). Vital Oxide breaks down to a simple salt, producing no harmful by-products.
The United Stated Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is currently reviewing the way third parties will be able to carry “green” claims on all disinfectant labels. EPA policy at this point does not allow “green” claims to be placed directly on any disinfectant product’s label. While Vital Oxide is mild on skin, hard surfaces, and fabric, and will certainly qualify for “green status” when the designation is allowed, we cannot advertise this claim until it is permitted by the EPA. Vital Oxide is also a powerful disinfectant able to kill some of the toughest and most resistant forms of bacteria and mold. The chemical composition of Vital Oxide is such that it has a minimal impact on the environment and contains no ozone harming volatile compounds (VOC).
Yes. Vital Oxide is an excellent disinfectant to use in homes. Some of the best places to use Vital Oxide at home are in musty basements, in bathrooms where mildew has accumulated (or on surfaces to protect against mold and mildew), and in the kitchen to keep food-contact surfaces clean. Vital Oxide has also been tested on carpets and can be used around the house to sanitize carpets.
The quickest way to disinfect a hospital room, an entire basement, or a school gym is by using a fogger or electrostatic sprayer that can create a fine mist to treat objects, walls, floors, and ceilings in a matter of just a few minutes. Electrostatic sprayers and foggers can dramatically cut the time to disinfect large areas. Vital Oxide is one of the few disinfectants that can be dispersed in this manner because Vital Oxide is non-corrosive to treated surfaces and objects.
The easiest way to answer this question is simply, not all disinfectants are created equal. When evaluating and comparing disinfectant products, take a close look at their core ingredients. Vital Oxide uses a unique chemical compound called chlorine dioxide. While other competitors and manufacturers have attempted to copy and produce a form of stabilized chlorine dioxide similar to Vital Oxide, our revolutionary formula is simply unequaled. Chlorine dioxide has been used during Anthrax attacks, in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, to purify drinking water, and most recently to kill MRSA in schools and hospitals. Also consider carefully what kind of chemicals you want around your children, employees, patients, students, and close family members. Most disinfectants and mold removers on the market are extremely toxic, but Vital Oxide gives you peace of mind that you are using an effective product that does not come with alarming safety warnings and precautions.
Cleaners are not registered with the EPA and cannot make public health claims on their label such as killing germs or having any anti-microbial action.
As part of the EPA registration process, disinfectant products are put through rigorous testing to prove their efficacy and measure toxicity. The EPA registers three types of disinfectants: Limited, General, and Hospital. All three disinfectants destroy or irreversibly inactivate certain microorganisms on hard, inanimate surfaces and objects. You can determine a “limited,” “general,” or “hospital” disinfectant by the microorganisms listed on the label.
Limited must be supported by efficacy testing against either Salmonella cholerasuis or Staphylococcus aureus. Limited disinfectants are found mostly in household use.
General must be supported by efficacy testing against both Salmonella cholerasuis and Staphylococcus aureus. General disinfectants are used in commercial areas.
Hospital must be supported by AOAC Use Dilution or AOAC Germicidal Spray efficacy testing against Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella cholerasuis and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa hides behind biofilm and is difficult to eliminate. Killing this bacterium is required for “Hospital Disinfectant”.
Also, as part of this evaluation process, products are assigned to a toxicity category: The categories range from category 1 (highly toxic) to category 4 (no exposure warnings required on the label). Vital Oxide received an EPA category 4 rating for all exposure routes with the exception of mild eye irritation.
A substance, or mixture of substances, intended to reduce the number of microorganisms on inanimate surfaces or in water or air (FIFRA § 4(i)(4)(C)(i)).
A food-contact sanitizer, at a minimum, reduces the level of Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli by 99.999% on a food contact surface within one minute. A potable water rinse is not allowed after sanitation of a food-contact surface.
A non-food-contact sanitizer, at a minimum, reduces the level of Staphylococcus aureus and Klebsiella pneumoniae or Enterobacter aerogenes by 99.9% on non-food contact surfaces within 5 minutes.
“No rinse required on food contact surfaces” is a safety rating given by NSF International (previously the National Sanitation Foundation). The NSF testing guidelines are a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program, including the FDA 21. Vital Oxide is rated “no rise required on food contact surfaces” category D2, meaning Vital Oxide is approved for use in commercial or residential kitchens to control bacteria, viruses, and mold without the need to wash/rinse the area with water after Vital Oxide is applied.
In some cases, you can clean and disinfect at the same time, but this depends on how dirty the surfaces you are cleaning/disinfecting are—the dirtier the surface the less effective the disinfectant. Disinfectants need to contact the area to disinfect and cannot do this effectively with a barrier of dirt or grime in the way. Once the dirt has been wiped away the disinfectant can get to work. Under lightly soiled conditions, you can clean and disinfect in the same step with just Vital Oxide. (NOTE: EPA requires all disinfectants carry the following label direction: “For heavily soiled areas, a pre-cleaning step is required.”)
No. Vital Oxide does not contain volatile organic compounds.