Zoono™ Disinfectant Process

We are clearly living through some very challenging times at the moment, and ensuring we stay fit and healthy is perhaps more important now than ever.

Keeping Studio3 operational is key to helping our clients maintain their fitness goals, and we have done a number of things to ensure everyone that comes to our studio can do so safely.

One of the most interesting things we’ve implemented are monthly Health Canada approved Zoono™ Anti-Microbe treatments in the studio.

Most disinfectants work only while they are sitting wet on surfaces and any space that is thoroughly and properly disinfected can be immediately compromised when the next individual walks into that space and coughs or sneezes. In contrast surfaces treated with Zoono™, have a long lasting layer that has shown to protect and remain disinfected for several weeks.

Zoono™ disinfects when it is wet, but more importantly, it also continues to actively disinfect for one month following a treatment, even when it is dry.

When applied with an electrostatic sprayer, Zoono™ leaves behind a monomolecular layer that bonds to all the surfaces it is applied to. These antimicrobial molecules form a barrier of positively charged microscopic pins.

The pins attract negatively charged pathogens and pierce them, rupturing their cell walls and causing the pathogens to break up with lethal effect. Rather than chemically killing pathogens, Zoono™ physically kills bacteria and viruses on an ongoing basis. And regular cleaning of surfaces treated with Zoono™ won’t disrupt the antimicrobial activity.

This amazing technology provides all of us in the studio with an unparalleled level of protection and an elevated level of comfort and confidence.

If you are interested is having your homes, offices, or other work spaces treated with Zoono™ too, we encourage you to contact Bruce Greenwood at Blue Sky Detailing. Bruce can be reached at 416-558-6248, and can provide you with details on the monthly treatments they provide.

Actual photo of Zoono™ active surface setup under an electron microscope