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O2 Media's Hit Morning Show ‘The Balancing Act' Welcomes Dr. Bob Arnot to the Program
Date:5/23/2010

The team at The Balancing Act discovered that killing nasty germs has just become a little easier. If you’re like most of us, when someone is sick we run around with a can of disinfectant spraying everything is sight. Let’s face it -- no one likes germs. Tune in to The Balancing Act, along with special guest Dr. Bob Arnot Thursday, May 27th at 7:00am (ET/PT), as they air on Lifetime Television. Dr. Arnot educates viewers on behalf of SpectraSan 24™.

Pompano Beach, FL (PRWEB) May 23, 2010 -- The team at The Balancing Act discovered that killing nasty germs has just become a little easier. If you’re like most of us, when someone is sick we run around with a can of disinfectant spraying everything is sight. Let’s face it -- no one likes germs. Tune in to The Balancing Act, along with special guest Dr. Bob Arnot Thursday, May 27th at 7:00am (ET/PT), as they air on Lifetime Television. Dr. Arnot educates viewers on behalf of SpectraSan 24™.

Killing bacteria, viruses and fungi is a never-ending problem, especially with the recent threat of H1N1.


Dr. Arnot says, “Most people think you spray a traditional disinfectant onto a surface, wipe it up, and the germs are killed. WRONG! Most traditional disinfectants need to STAY WET, on the surface you’ve sprayed it on, for 10 MINUTES before any germs are actually killed.

“I have found a product that works for 24 hours straight. Just spray those touch surfaces where germs can linger with SpectraSan 24™-- it has residual power. When it’s dry, it’s still working. It kills germs for 24 hours, unlike traditional disinfectants that stop once they are dry minutes later,” Dr. Arnot adds.

SpectraSan 24™ kills many bacterial strains in just 30 seconds. It can also kill H1N1 viruses in one minute, MRSA in two minutes, Salmonella, Rhinov
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