How does it work?

Zoono is applied as a mist, foam or wipe then left to dry. 

Once dry (approx. 10 minutes), Zoono resembles a bed of microscopic pins that attract, pierce and kill pathogens – the same principle as a pin popping a balloon. And in the same manner that the burst balloon cannot be reformed, neither can the pathogens – this means NO resistance and NO superbugs!

Because it does not diminish in strength in relation to the number of pathogens killed, the Zoono molecule (the Zoono ‘Sword’) is capable of attacking new bacteria cells again and again – with only a single application. And because it does not kill the pathogen by poisoning with toxic chemicals, they cannot adapt to it so there is no possibility of immunity developing (i.e. no possibility of superbugs).

Indeed, due to the combined factors of Zoono not diminishing in strength, not leaching off a surface, not being affected by regular washing and therefore being able to retain a “mechanical” method of kill, Zoono usually remains active for up to a month – with just a single application. Zoono is colourless, odourless, non-leaching, environmentally safe, non-corrosive and whilst completely gentle for humans and animals, is deadly for a wide range of bacteria and mould.

Zoono Explained



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