2010

Sanitizing and Disinfection Methods Without UV, Chemicals, or Liquid

A company seeks a way to disinfect and sanitize hands and surfaces that does not depend on chemicals for bacteria kill, does not involve applying liquid, and does not use UV light. The method may be active or passive and must kill or remove microbes from a surface (hands or countertops, for example) without liquid and without leaving behind a chemical residue. The solution can include ingredients that are applied and then totally removed; for example, a powder that attracts and holds microbes, and then is vacuumed or wiped away completely.

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