Virus Update

Danolyte has demonstrated effectiveness against viruses similar to SARS-CoV-2 on hard porous and/or non-porous surfaces. Therefore, Danolyte can be used against SARS-CoV-2 when used in accordance with the directions for use against Adenovirus Type 1, on hard, porous/non-porous surfaces. Refer to the CDC website at ‪‬ or OEI website at ‪https://www.oie‬ for additional information.

Hospital Level Disinfectant

Invented to Disinfect the Way You Need.

Danolyte disinfects and deodorizes by killing bacteria and their odors, yet has no Alcohol, Fragrances, Dye, or VOC. Danolyte leaves no harmful residue on surfaces after evaporation. Danolyte is powerful enough to be used as a hospital disinfectant, yet gentle enough to use to disinfect baby toys.

Proven Results

The USDA has approved the active ingredient in Danolyte (Hypochlorous acid) for use as an algicide, disinfectant, and sanitizer in organic crop and livestock production. Danolyte meets the requirement of the FDA and USDA for a non-rinse sanitizing solution.

Danolyte is an EPA registered antimicrobial disinfectant that remediates bacterial and pathogenic contamination leaving no harmful chemical residuals or dangerous fumes.

Environmental Commitment

Danolyte contributes to a healthier environment by eliminating and destroying allergens, leaving no harmful chemical residual, and aiding in the reduction of cross-contamination between treated surfaces. Danolyte® can be produced on-site, to reduce carbon footprint and improve sustainability.