OXINE® is widely used in the USA and here in the Philippines (since 1990) and has been used as the disinfectant of choice for food processing facilities, water treatment, vegetable rinsing, etc.  It is particularly advantageous because there are no harmful residues.  The use of Oxine does not require rinsing anymore.  While many disinfectants are effective, most also have harmful residues.  That is why Oxine is the preferred disinfectant for spraying/sanitation of food contact surfaces, and now for offices, schools, public areas, homes, hospitals, etc.  That’s how we know it is safe.

When comparing disinfectants, consider carefully what kinds of chemicals are used.  Most disinfectants in the market are not as safe as they claim.  These disinfectants leave behind harmful residues, byproducts, and nauseous fumes that may be inhaled by your children, employees, patients, customers, students, friends, and family members.  With Oxine, you are assured it is safe.  Oxine is included in USEPA’s listing of products with Emerging Viral Pathogens and Human Coronavirus claims for use against SARS-CoV-2, the viral strain responsible for Covid-19.

The following are the key attributes of this product:

  • Safe for use in spraying disinfection/decontamination.
  • Free of volatile organic compounds (VOC)
  • OMRI listed for organic use.
  • Ultra-high, broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity/disinfectant that is effective over ph range 1-10.
  • Bleach-free, phosphate-free, and free of harsh chemicals and skin irritants
  • Hypo-allergenic
  • Non-corrosive to treated articles at prescribed sanitation dosages/dilution.
  • Low corrosion potential at use concentrations
  • Resists neutralization due to organic load
  • Completely soluble in water
  • Does not chlorinate (no THM formation)
  • Long-lasting bacteriostatic activity
  • Excellent deodorant
  • No effect on organoleptic properties
  • No effect on nutritional quality (for food rinsing)
  • KOSHER certified
  • Rapid kill, short contact times required.
  • Economical to use
  • Available in the Philippines (since 1990)