Polygiene is hot in media - keeps cool and comments
That, however, is only the tip of the iceberg of attention we have received. We have been in Vogue, Vanity Fair, The Telegraph, The
While many articles have been wholeheartedly positive, other media have opted to do what they should - report and also investigate. Is this really necessary, this "Antiviral" thing?
We do not claim ViralOff® to be the sole solution to the current or future pandemic. But it is a piece to the puzzle. First of all, viruses live naturally in textiles longer than on hard surfaces. A study from the
And what about having ViralOff on jeans? Well, three good reasons follow. First, viruses can live for a long time without treatment. Jeans are in touch with all kinds of surfaces in public spaces. Have you ever wiped your hands on your jeans before touching your face? Second, you will not need to wash them, note, need. There will be very few viruses, bacteria and other microbes so it will not be "contaminated", nor will it smell. You can in essence not wash them at all unless you want to get physical dirt off them. And finally, some markets already demand that any garment tried by one person should be disinfected before being sold to a second person. Check that box, too.
These numbers are simple facts. If we actually save lives and prevent spread in the process, then that is the ultimate benefit of course. But we will never "sell" anyone that.
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