Sterifab: EPA-Approved and Ready to Use


Sterifab™ is the only EPA Registered Virucide, Disinfectant and Insecticide

Why Every Home Needs a Bottle of Sterifab

Updated: Oct 31, 2019

Most of us keep a stash of household products under the sink, or in the pantry, maybe even in the garage. In any event, the stash usually includes oven cleaner, Comet, deodorant sprays, Zout, air freshener and so forth. To that collection you should add another product: Sterifab!

Sterifab spray bottle for home use
Sterifab pint spray bottle

Why Sterifab?

Because Sterifab is one of the most versatile disinfectants and insecticides available on the market today. It’s not only an effective way to kill bed bugs, get rid of ticks, kill scabies, fleas, mites, roaches ‒ and a wide variety of other pests ‒ but it also cleans and deodorizes so easily that you can apply it almost anywhere. It‘s easy to use, won’t stain, and has no added scents or disagreeable odors. And when we say it has a multitude of use, we mean it!

How to Use to Sterifab (and When)

Sterifab has an enormous number of applications, but we'll share with you just a few instances when you will want to have it on hand! Consider the following scenarios:

Scenario 1: It's a warm spring evening.

Your kids burst into the house after a hike in the woods. What’s your first thought? No, not that they’re sweaty and smelly. You can take care of that later. Right now you should be thinking TICKS! (Especially if you live in New England) So, off with the clothes and the socks ‒ not in the house, in the mud room ‒ and check them and their clothes for any sign of ticks. They have six legs and flattened, tear-shaped bodies (rounder, lighter-colored if they’re engorged).And if they have 'em, you want to get rid of those ticks!

Ticks like to wait for host creatures on grasses and shrubs. When an unsuspecting