Mission To Improve Quality Of Life
History stands as a testament to the fact that mankind has always been susceptible to infectious diseases caused by pathogens or ‘germs’, as they’re commonly called.
Our vulnerabilities to these microscopic forces have proliferated exponentially, largely due to the impact of modern lifestyle. The fear induced by the COVID-19 pandemic has reintroduced us to the concept of hygiene in ways we had never anticipated.
As a consequence, we might all end up living healthier and safer. But, in a constant, never-ending fight against disease-causing bacteria and viruses, improving quality of life is the next step in the right direction.
that laundry can remain unclean after washing?
While detergents and soaps remove stains and dirt, most of the bacteria and viruses attached to your clothes can persist across several washing cycles and then latch onto you.
that water hardly removes disease-causing pathogens and instead creates breeding grounds for germs?
Items and objects carry several pathogens such as hepatitis A virus, norovirus, rotavirus, salmonella and E. coli.