FAQ

Frequently asked questions

LifeClean Disinfectant is a surface disinfectant that has an effect on viruses, bacteria, spores, biofilm, mold and fungi. For all types of surfaces and materials.

LifeClean Disinfectant is for use on surfaces such as handles, furniture, floors, walls, toilets, equipment, tools, utensils, kitchens, stables, cars, exercise machines, electronics etc. LifeClean Disinfectant works on all types of materials such as plastic, rubber, glass, wood, textiles and steel surfaces. We recommend drying or rinsing steel surfaces after contact time (2 minutes) as some steels may react with the disinfectant's PH value and possibly create discoloration. LifeClean Disinfectant can also have a bleaching effect on some textiles, such as a lemon that has the same PH value as LifeClean Disinfectant.

LifeClean  Disinfectant is for use on surfaces such as handles, furniture, floors, walls, toilets, equipment, tools, utensils, kitchens, stables, car, exercise machines, electronics etc. LifeClean Disinfectant works on all types of materials such as plastic, rubber, glass, wood, textiles and steel surfaces.

We recommend wiping or rinsing steel surfaces after contact time (2 minutes) as some steels can react with the disinfectant's PH value and possibly create discolorations. LifeClean Disinfectant can also have a bleaching effect on some textiles, such as a lemon that has the same PH value as LifeClean Disinfectant

Yes, LifeClean Disinfectant has a proven effect against Coronavirus in 30 seconds.
LifeClean Disinfectant has been tested by an independent laboratory according to EN standards.

No. There are currently no laboratories performing tests on Covid-19 for safety reasons.
As soon as possible, LifeClean will do this.

No, you do not need any type of protection when using LifeClean Disinfectant. However, we recommend following the local guidelines for working environment and using personal protection when disinfecting contaminated areas where the spread of infection is a risk. LifeClean Disinfectant is free of danger symbols according to the safety data sheet. Sefety data sheets can be downloaded here.

Alcohol-based disinfectants evaporate, which means that re-application may be needed several times to meet the contact time required to eliminate the microorganism. Alcohol-based disinfectants can also create resistance in bacteria, which LifeClean Disinfectant does not.

Contact time is the time required for a disinfectant to work and the drying time is the time that a moistened surface dries up. A disinfectant is ineffective if the contact time is longer than the drying time.

LifeClean Disinfectant should be stored in its original packaging, inaccessible for direct sunlight and cool, preferably in a refrigerator. Opened bottle lasts for four weeks, mark opened bottle with opening date. If you are not sure whether the product is still effective, check that the liquid is still light yellow and has a scent of pool. Then the effect remains.