Don Haynes, MSNBC
"...for commercial use... Sterifab is a "super" mixture of viricide, bactericide, fungicide, insecticide, germicide, and 5 or 6 other ingredients."
"I just wanted to say that I have been infested with bed bugs for about 5 years now... I never found anything that worked as good as Sterifab."
Sterifab has been the disinfectant and insecticide of choice of choice for a wide variety of institutions, organizations and facilities. Why? Because it’s a highly effective way to kill bed bugs, ticks, fleas, mites, roaches and a wide variety of other pests. Sterifab has a number of features that make it ideal for use anywhere. It is easy to use, won’t stain, and has no added perfume or unpleasant odor. Plus, it’s fast drying, completely clear and does not harm fabrics or carpets. And, Sterifab is one of the only non-residual products labeled for use on mattresses and upholstered furniture.
How Sterifab Works
Sterifab is an antimicrobial agent that will instantly kill any microorganisms, especially resistant bacterial spores. It’s precisely engineered to kill fungus, viruses, mold, and mildew. Plus, it not only kills germs and disinfects, but also eradicate pathogenic odors. Sterifab works by destroying the microbes at the cellular level or hindering their basic metabolic functions. Sterifab is widely used in schools, college dormitories, hospitals, emergency rooms, and on ambulances. It is also safe enough to use in offices, veterinarians' offices and animal kennels, as well as hotels, motels, retirement homes, and day care centers. And it’s used by police departments and correctional facilities too.
In addition to being an enormously effective disinfectant and insecticide, Sterifab is also the perfect ‘clean-up’ product when soap and hot water simply can’t do the job, i.e. when you’re dealing with the aftermath of natural disasters, such as hurricanes, storms and flooding.