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Hello welcome to -- talk I'm Dr.
-- There are thousands of products out -- that kill germs.
But once you spraying clean an area it can become contaminated again within seconds now joining me now is Nate -- -- He's the founder of -- foil and says his products will keep you safer longer.
Is that true Nate yes there it has it's -- and welcome to the program think about how did you come up -- this idea.
Will my partners and I were -- veterans on small business and we thought.
How do you redefine what clean actually is so we're talking about people products and the work -- home and work.
What happens after that item is -- what happens.
That's where they get sick so we developed the product called -- in -- microbial.
That leaves a barrier.
Honey everything is supply team he sprayed on you wipe it on and it leaves a barrier on that -- Us now you you've got this idea because some of your experience in the military.
There are products in the -- military that'll sort are geared towards preventing long term contamination is that right.
-- asserted that we started out working in textiles.
Thinking if what if the uniform.
Was a barrier for the soldier.
If -- -- -- could work for them.
Then he can prevent help prevent blood borne infections.
Keep the soldier during a longer keep them in the field longer and that's what our product was initially designed for.
Now you serve that you servant in action right I guess -- -- -- The so you know.
Maintaining sterility to certain degree especially with scratches and wounds and things like that it becomes very important in the military so that's the -- -- the idea come from.
So now -- forward to compare these products what's the difference what's in between this and some other types of you know wipes.
What what is the difference what what's the mechanics that that makes them different.
Well the big difference between standard -- and -- cleaners that are out there today you spray -- wipe them on the surface and and they stop and kill the germs for 12 maybe five minutes at a time and a lot of them aren't like it's a Clorox like it's a chemical based product.
It poisons the germ.
Kills it and it diss me but what happens after that time once it's robbed or rents.
That protection stops and that's where you get that contamination our product is revolutionary that it goes one step further.
That it leads that barrier think about it as a mechanical electrified fence on every service by a white horse break.
Once it's applied it physically becomes part of that barrier and it stops and eliminates the germs for extended periods of time it can be a week.
A month or years depending on where to -- what is it that makes it.
It lasts longer than let's say it Clorox wipe right that's a great question.
What we users signs in -- proven science it is a molecule.
That physically bonds to that surface it's a physical mechanism.
So think about mixing a disinfectant so to speak with super glue.
And bombing it to the surface once it's applied it physically becomes a part of that -- non leaching non toxic.
Environmentally friendly doesn't contain alcohol bleach or other harsh chemicals.
So he uses a -- lectures electrocution system.
To electrified and destroyed a micro and it does that continuously for you it's a product that works for you when you're not working -- -- example.
We worked with the university.
They had over twenty cases of staph infection every year like clockwork.
Brought their athletes down in their students very concerning for the school the parents.
We win and we did if logging system.
On their locker rooms there bathrooms in their training rooms and after two years they've had zero infections.
-- There's a lot of infections are then you made mention staff.
I'm very concerned about.
You know did bugs that -- -- assistant to a lot of the typical antibiotics like MRSA forests a prime example.
Your product will eliminate those types of bugs.
Correct our product is a physically it's again it's physical killing mechanism not a chemical can only mechanism.
That that microbes -- germ cannot adapt to it because it's a physical action not a chemical action.
How how long would it less let's say we would cleaning this table and I took several -- and I did a nice job cleaning the tables -- with the stable sort of keep.
Typically on surface like this you could get about thirty days and I give me an example.
Companies like Walt -- our product.
They had issues with multiple people coming in and other facilities out of their resorts.
And they -- an -- time of cleaning.
And and trying to keep those areas clean but again they understand -- that in between time where people get sick.
They're using an outside in some areas.
And -- find out instead of having -- backing clean these areas every couple days where they had this major -- they're able to go months at a time and drastically reduce their.
Cost in labor.
Usage and chemicals can.
I'll get back to that did that did the same question actually for because a lot of viewers are concerned about.
Let's say skin allergies -- being exposed to harsh chemicals we can sort of safely say that you look at the safety of this product and right now everything looks pretty green.
Absolutely sir are toxicology reports and all the studies that we have.
Show that our product is very safe for the skin -- for the use.
Around children and pets as well all right well you know what's gonna happen people who say what can I buy this product and -- -- they get it well they can buy our product directly opera web site model for a clean dot com.
To me this is important you know we're talking about the flu we talk about a drug resistance.
You know staff.
-- a product that comes like this thinking give you some longevity when it comes to to prevention of infection I think it's going to be huge.
And I congratulate you thank you very much sir thank you so much for coming.
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