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Natural and Organic Antimicrobial - Citrobioshield

We often deem granted the action of disinfectants without fully understanding how they work. Not only are there differences within the action of the antimicrobial ingredients,

but they're also are differences counting on the concentration of a chemical that's used which will impact the action of an agent or physical process.

In general, disinfectants have three mechanisms of action or ways in which they affect or kill an organism: Cross-linking, coagulating, clumping; structure

and performance disruption; and oxidizing.

In India,

All the disinfectants contain alcohol and many chemicals that directly or indirectly affect us.

So after several years of research, we have introduced Citrobioshield which is made using FDA's GRAS listed natural and organic ingredients.

The features of Citrobioshield - Natural and Organic Antimicrobial :

  • Organic

  • Natural

  • Biodegradable – 99.9999%

  • Odorless

  • Non – corrosive

  • Non – irritant

  • Non – allergenic

  • Non – carcinogenic

  • Non – mutagenic

  • Fast-acting

  • Long residual effect

  • Excellent material compatibility

  • Leaves no toxic/sticky residue

  • Works within a pH range of 2 to 12

  • Non-harmful to humans, animals, and the environment

The components of Citrobioshield - Natural and Organic Antimicrobial :

  • Citrus Bioflavonoid complex

  • Citric acid

  • L - Lactic acid

  • Vegetable glycerin

  • Demineralized water

All the ingredients are from a natural sources and classed as GRAS (Generally Recognised as Safe) by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA). The products can be used as food processing aid and directly applied to food.

Citrus Bioflavonoid complex kills :

Bacteria (Gram positive & Gram negative)

Viruses (Enveloped, Non-enveloped, DNA & RNA)

Moulds & Fungi

Including multi-resistant strains & spores

CitrobioShield® Antimicrobial can be used to create non-toxic, alcohol-free products that offer high antimicrobial efficacy with long-lasting antimicrobial residual benefits.

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