The BIOPROTECT Us System
HEALTHY COMMERCIAL LAUNDRY PROGRAM
“Protecting the fabrics we use, every day.”
Scientific Research has lead to the understanding that in order to kill bacteria and other viruses on fabrics, they should be washed in water that is heated to 160 degrees Fahrenheit. However, most commercial machines, including those typically used by most motels and resorts, rarely use water approaching 100 to 120 degrees Fahrenheit.
High temperature washing, however, prematurely wears out fabrics increasing a business’ commercial fabric replacement costs. The heat of the water damages the threads and can also contribute to color bleed in the wash. This combined with the rough agitation cycle to beat fabrics clean puts further stress on fabrics already weakened by hot water. In addition, the laundering process also requires chemicals that cause more wear and tear on fabrics.
There is an alternative, you don’t have to launder everything in hot water to kill bacteria.
The BIOPROTECT Us System™ – Healthy Commercial Laundry Softener
Our patented and unique antimicrobial technology used to treat fabrics does not get diluted in water. Instead it attaches to the fabric and remains permanently affixed to the surface for the useful life of the fabric .
Integrating our antimicrobial technology into your laundry involves a 3-step process:
Our BIOPROTECT Us Laundry Softener™ is applied in a single stage of the rinse cycle, and attaches to the surface of fabrics:
After the fabric surface is microscopically coated in this manner, The BIOPROTECT Us System™ becomes virtually irremovable, and it’s safe. We use no poisons, and our product does not cross the human skin barrier and does not affect normal skin bacteria, cause rashes or skin irritations.
NOW, you can prevent the fabrics that are used every day from transmitting harmful bacteria.
IMPORTANT: All antimicrobials must be registered with the EPA, the EU, and often other regulatory bodies for their specific uses. A manufacturers specific use also should be registered (i.e., an antimicrobial that is only EPA registered for use in shoes should not be used for treating socks).