Covid-19 is an enveloped virus and covered with a lipid bilayer layer. It is known that polar chemicals with low surface tension easily break this envelope. Its effectiveness against adeneovirus, which is defined in the biocidal products license and is representative of enveloped viruses, has been proven in accredited laboratories.
Frequently Asked Questions
Although the Antimic® product has successfully passed the skin irritation and sensitivity tests, it cannot be licensed as a hand disinfectant within the scope of the biocidal products regulation.
The Antimic® product has not been registered for veterinary applications. It can be used safely for hygienic coating of places where pets are present. Make sure that the surfaces on which Antimic® is applied are absolutely dry. Antimic® does not detach from the surface after it dries and does not undergo migration.
It can be used safely in baby items. Please make sure that the surfaces on which Antimic® is applied are absolutely dry. Antimic® does not detach from the surface after it dries and does not undergo migration.
Antimic® is a broad spectrum, effective disinfectant against viruses, bacteria, fungi and algae. For more detailed information, you can check our Microorganisms page.
It does not prevent dampness but prevents odors caused by bacteria and fungi in humid areas.
It prevents microorganism-induced bad odors by destroying microorganisms.
You can safely use the areas to be disinfected in your home by spraying and wiping the surfaces. You can check our Usage Suggestions page to get maximum performance from the product and to see our daily usage recommendations.
No, direct contact with food is not recommended.
Antimic® is a disinfectant suitable for general public use, it does not contain heavy metals and toxic chemicals. It is always recommended to take personal protection measures in intensive use and application.