"Wonder Spray's addition to the N List is another validation of potency and its effectiveness as a key tool in the reopening of schools, businesses, sports arenas, restaurants, and other institutions," says Dr. John Burd, CEO at Wonder Spray, in the press release. "This approval from the EPA is an important step in our mission to fight pathogens that impact global public health."
HOCL, also naturally produced by the human body's white blood cells, breaks down into ordinary saltwater in minutes, so no rinsing or waiting is needed, the companyannounced. The product does not contain bleach, alcohol, ammonia or other harmful contaminants, additives, or buffers.
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