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Environmental Protection Agency Approves MOMS by OdorXit as a Disinfectant
Date:1/21/2013

HAMILTON, Ohio (PRWEB) January 21, 2013

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved MOMS by OdorXit as a disinfectant, concluding it is effective for killing not only bacteria—including the often deadly MRSA bacteria—but also such viruses as the influenza virus running rampant in the United States, the Herpes Simplex Type I, and many other viruses that affect humans and animals, including Parvo Virus

The EPA certified MOMS (Mold Odor Mildew Smoke Sanitizer) as effective as a “high-level disinfectant” effective against all types of organisms, including bacteria, viruses and endospores. MOMS does not allow organisms to mutate, it penetrates biofilm, and kills Legionella’s bacterium.

It also kills Staph A, the influenza A virus, the e coli bacterium, aspergillus fungus, salmonella enterica, feline calcivirus and many other microbes on any hard non-porous surface.

In addition to those benefits, MOMS by OdorXit acts as a fungicide, as an algaecide, and kills “slime.” It also prevents the effects of allergies caused by cat and dog dander in the air, making life easier for those susceptible to pet and other allergies, including hay fever.

With very low acute toxicity to humans, it also kills mold and mildew, making it an effective clean-up treatment for homes, businesses, warehouses and factories after floods caused by storms, such as “Superstorm Sandy”: one packet of MOMS will work in spaces up to 2000 square feet.

“We’re delighted by the EPA certification,” said Martin Meyer, president of OdorXit. “The approval confirms what we have known for a while: that MOMS is an effective odor-elimination and microbe-killing product for almost limitless use in homes, industries and businesses.”

Outside the home applications include—but are not limited to-extend to medical laboratories, hospitals, veterinary hospitals, rehabilitation and diagnostic facilities, clinics, equipment and faci
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