Organiks as an Alternative to Bed Bug Control
Bed bugs are small, brownish insects that feed on human blood, usually at night. They are most commonly found on beds and sofas and their bites a...
Preventing Food Poisoning in the Kitchen
World Health Organization says 1 in 10 people worldwide fall ill from contaminated food each year.
When it comes to food safety, it pays to know h...
Why gym clothes still stink even after washing
Synthetic fibers are "Odor Magnets"
To understand why gym clothes stink even after washing, we need to understand what makes them smell. According...
Comparing Surface Disinfectants
Quaternary Ammonium Compounds
Chlorine Dioxide is used for a va...
Is Organiks Chlorine Dioxide Eco-Friendly?
Yes, Organiks is Eco-Friendly!
Organiks chlorine dioxide is environmentally friendly due to the fact that it breaks down into harmless and nontoxi...
How Does Organiks Kill Bacteria
How Does Chlorine Dioxide Kill Bacteria?
Imagine a wrecking ball knocking down a building's major supporting pillar, what would you think would ha...
What Makes Organiks Disinfectant Safe?
The Active Ingredient
The active ingredient in Organiks Disinfectant is chlorine dioxide.
Chlorine dioxide is a small and very strong molecule tha...
Where Do Germs Hide?
Germs love to hide, but are usually in plain sight!
Viruses are the most common of infectious diseases that we catch and spread while at home, w...
The Difference between Sanitizing and Disinfecting
The difference? It's 0.009%.
Sanitizing means killing 99.9% of germs while Disinfecting means killing 99.999% of germs. Seems trivial, but for mic...
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