OdoBan has not been tested for use against SARS-CoV-2 and is not on List N. Dwell time for killing viruses is shorter than for bacteria. Allow 60 seconds to kill viruses such as HIV-1, Influenza A/Hong Kong, and Herpes Simplex Type 2. Allow a full 10 minute dwell time to kill bacteria such as Staph, Strep, E. coli 0157:H7, Salmonella enterica, VREF, and MRSA.
OdoBan can be used in a trigger spray bottle and a pump-up sprayer (like you might use in gardening or spraying pesticides), however it is not recommended for use in electrostatic sprayers or foggers.
I would say that you sure could spray it on every day and wipe it off. I believe it is a very safe product. Just remember, to read all of the label for proper instructions and details.
Fresh Linen OdoBan® will return to The Home Depot within a few weeks. Due to the Pandemic declared in 2020, we have had to streamline our production processes to just a couple of different fragrances of our disinfectants to attempt to keep up with demand. We hope to be able to resume production of our full line of products in the near future!
Yes; OdoBan kills the virus that causes AIDS on hard, nonporous surfaces. Spray surfaces and wait 60 seconds before wiping or rinsing.
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I Believe it would if it is properly mixed in the proper ratios. It kills the aides virus, distemper, avian flu, seudorabies and many others. Regular household disinfectants are suppose to kill Covid-19 so I dont see why the Odoban wouldnt as well.
All the answers are on the bottle listed as ounces per gallon. It depends on what you want to use it for. Air freshener 22 ounces per gallon or 5.5 ounces per quart. cleaning solution 4 ounces per gallon or 1 ounce per quart Sanitizer 5 ounces per gallon or 1.25 ounces per quart disinfectant 7 ounces per gallon or 1.75 ounces per quart bacterial or virucidal 5 ounces per gallon or 1.25 ounces per quart Just divide the amount per gallon by 4 to get the amount per quart.
Probably, for it doesn't have a strong odor. Put some in a spray bottle and test it for smell tolerance. Today I sprayed it diluted and it did trigger my allergies.
Absolutely it will work. It won't damage any delicate material, and won't bleach any fabric. It even kills 99.999% of known infections. This is a must-have for any house-hold task.