IV-7 Direct Pre-Launch: Newly Approved EPA Molecule Will Save Lives Worldwide and Create Financial Security for Those Sharing This New Technology

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Waging war on germs, saving untold lives globally, and creating financial security will soon become reality. Join IV-7 in this crusade of living safely, saving lives and creating wealth now.

IV-7 Ultimate Germ Defense is a new brand of hard surface disinfectant. It uses a powerful, patented, broad spectrum antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal to kill germs including H1N1, Staphylococcus aureus, MRSA, VRE, Listeria, E-coli, HIV 1, Influenza A, Rhino Virus, Herpes Simplex Type 1, Polio Type 2, Human Corona Virus, Norovirus, Rotovirus, Salmonella, and Avian Influenza A. Other applications in health care, personal care and industrial use such as food processing are coming soon.

IV-7 Ultimate Germ Defense is a major step forward in the hard surface disinfectant category. It's different! Here's why:

Other surface disinfectants only kill bacteria at the moment they are applied to a surface. IV-7 has ongoing protection: It continues to kill for up to 24 hours.

Other disinfectants are toxic. IV-7 is in the lowest toxicity category assigned by the US EPA. It does not require hazard warnings on the label.

Other surface disinfectants use "old generation" ingredients such as alcohol or bleach. IV-7 is powered by SDC (silver dihydrogen citrate): the first new generation, patented antimicrobial to be registered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in more than 30 years.

Other surface disinfectants can take up to ten minutes to kill bacteria. IV-7 kills germs in as fast as 30 seconds. Other disinfectants have irritating fumes. IV-7 is odorless and can be used in a crowded setting like an office or classroom, even when people are present.

Other surface disinfectants can irritate the skin and must be rinsed. IV-7 will not cause skin irritation. Other surface disinfectants are flammable, because they use alcohol. IV-7 is nonflammable. Other surface disinfectants can allow bacteria to build up resistance over time. Bacteria do not develop resistance to the active ingredient in IV-7.


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