Hand sanitisers have become an everyday essential, with sales swelling more than threefold between November 2019 and February 2020, according to Kantar. Yet not all disinfectants are safe for daily use. Alcohol-based solutions, for instance, may break down the skin’s natural barrier and trigger allergic reactions over time.
Coronavirus Dharavi: The BMC has started using a sanitiser brought in from New Zealand. The country has been able to bring effective control on coronavirus spread. The sanitiser ‘Zoono’ has been found to kill 99.99% of any virus
It has been used on all Tube trains and underground stations that are open, key bus stations and Victoria Coach Station. A new anti-viral disinfectant that protects for up to 30 days is being used on London’s public transport network, Transport For London (TFL) has said.
Zoono Group’s (ZNO) Z-71 Microbe Shield surface sanitiser has been successfully tested against the recent coronavirus (COVIOD-19). Laboratory tests show the product is more than 99.99 per cent effective against the virus.