Surface Sanitizer

3 Huge Benefits of Disinfecting Spray

3 Huge Benefits of Disinfecting Spray

If there's any benefit to having endured the pandemic, it is that we know a lot more about keeping ourselves and surroundings cleaner by using things like hand sanitizers and surface sanitizer sprays.

But what we might not consider is how something like a surface sanitizer can help us even after the pandemic ends.  

As it turns out, there are many more benefits to surface sanitizer sprays than just helping to stop viral transmissions!

Top 3 Benefits of Using a Surface Sanitizer Sprays

1. Kills Pathogens

Pathogens are bacteria, viruses or other microorganisms that can make you sick - like the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19. No disinfectant can get rid of all pathogens. But disinfectants with a minimum 70% alcohol content, applied according to directions, can kill up to 99.9% of pathogens on a surface.

2. Lowers the Incidence of Respiratory Issues and Allergy Symptoms

Airborne dust and bacteria are often the trigger for congestion, breathing issues and allergic reactions. By keeping your home or business disinfected, you reduce the amounts of dust and bacteria. 

It's important to note that many people with chronic respiratory and allergic reactions include the Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) found in many disinfectants as one of the triggers of their attacks. For them, it is best to choose a disinfectant spray that does not contain VOCs, like PÁMECARE® Surface Sanitizer Spray, to disinfect their home or office.

3. Supports Your Immune System

A strong immune system helps you battle the viruses and germs that enter your body. But the more viruses and germs your immune system has to deal with, the more stressed it gets. By drastically reducing the number of pathogens present in your surroundings, a surface sanitizer spray gives your immune system a break so it can remain strong. 

To learn more about some of the ingredients in our disinfectant spray, check out our article "The Benefits of Aloe Vera".

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