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CLEAN CHEMISTRY

Safe for people & the planet

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V-SHIELD IS A BREAKTHROUGH ANTIMICROBIAL TECHNOLOGY THAT FIGHTS BACTERIA USING A NATURAL INGREDIENT THAT IS SAFE FOR PEOPLE AND PLANET.

PRODUCT FEATURES

  • Unparalleled antimicrobial performance, durability and compatibility

  • No health and safety concerns that exist with other antimicrobials

  • Environmentally friendly and non-leaching

  • Naturally recharging by scavenging and retaining hydrogen peroxide from hydrogen peroxide-based laundering and cleaning solutions

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Anti-bacterial

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EXTREME DURABILITY

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Anti-VIRAL

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EASY CARE

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Anti-FUNGAL

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NATURALLY RECHARGING

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NON-LEACHING

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SAFE

V-SHIELD CAN BE APPLIED TO ALL KINDS OF TEXTILE PRODUCTS AND IS COMPATIBLE WITH OTHER SURFACE TREATMENTS.

V-SHIELD UTILIZES HYDROGEN PEROXIDE, A NATURAL ANTIMICROBIAL TO SAFELY AND EFFECTIVELY COMBAT BACTERIA. IT IS PROVEN EFFECTIVE AGAINST NUMEROUS BACTERIA, FUNGI, AND VIRUSES.

Advantages of v-shield over traditional antimicrobial chemicals

Unmatched durability

  • Validated to 100 HL

Controls odor & staining due to microbes

Easy to care for

  • No special handling, wash hot or cold, with or without chlorine bleach

Safe

  • Non-toxic, non-irritating, and non-sensitizing to the skin (ISO 10993-10)

Cost-effective

  • Both in application and in reducing chemical waste

Currently used in FDA registered medical devices

EPA registered

  • No usage limits, degrades to water & oxygen in the environment, safe to dump down the drain

Highly compatible

  • Can be used with almost all traditional finishing agents

  • Works exceptionally well with OSM Shield’s DWR systems for dual barrier & antimicrobial protection

Non-leaching

  • Works on contact with microbes without depleting H2O2 reservoir

Effective on resistant bacteria species (MRSA) and bacteria has not been shown to develop resistance