Stratgard is use as hand sanitizer. Apply & spread thoroughly over hands. Rub until dry, no rinsing necessary.
As sterilizer for medical equipment, bathrooms, toilets, schools, hospitals, offices, homes, hotels, factories, buildings, kitchen utensils, pets, vehicles, use with air purifier or any surfaces.
It can be spray, fogging, brushing, rinsing, mopping are other ways of using.
You can dilute 1:4 to 6 for washing your pets. You can either spray or wash your pets in a shower tub.
According to EPA, chlorine dioxide is used “in public water-treatment facilities, to make water safe for drinking.” When chlorine dioxide is added to drinking water, it helps destroy bacteria, viruses and some types of parasites that can make people sick, such as Cryptosporidium parvum and Giardia lamblia.
First of all the primary aim of StratGard is to kill germs, bacteria and viruses. Hence full efficacy if use directly without mixing with floor cleaner.Wash the floor with your usual cleaner. After which you apply StratGard on the floor surface. You can dilute it 1:3 or 4 meaning 1 litre of StratGard plus 3 or 4 litre of water for example. Use a mop or floor sponge to spread the diluted solutions on the surface. The floor will be dry after a while without leaving any residues. This will help to sanitize your floor quickly and efficiently.
You can put about 1 to 2 capful into your washing machine either in the main detergent tray or in the prewash compartment or final rinse. We propose to use in the main tray as the solution would stay in the washing cycle for a longer period which will be very helpful in killing the germs, bacteria, etc.
No. Claims that chlorine dioxide is a treatment or cure for medical ailments such as autism, HIV, malaria, hepatitis viruses, influenza, common colds, cancer, or other diseases/ailments are not backed by science. Consumption of chlorine dioxide solutions, such as MMS, can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and severe dehydration. These products should not be consumed or given to someone to consume. The sale of these products as miracle cures is dangerous and has resulted in criminal convictions.
In water, chlorine dioxide is used to remove unpleasant tastes and odors, as well as to kill algae and bacteria that produce some bad tastes and odors. It is also used in some personal hygiene products. For example, chlorine dioxide can be used in mouthwashes and dentistry products as an oxidizing biocide compound to treat bad breath.