Need Service Now? Don’t Wait Any Longer
Find A DEALER Near You
Click Here for Dealer Map
Top rated FAQ Questions
How does Just Gone Sanitizing & Deodorizing System™ (Chlorine Dioxide) Work?
There are a lot of pathogenic organisms out there that can cause chaos.
Clo2 is highly effective on most bacteria, virus, fungi, mold spores, algae, and blood borne pathogens, protozoa, yeast and biofilms.
Some names you might recognize are;
Legionella – Salmonella – Cryptosporidium – Giardia Cysts – Coliforms
Listeria – Shigella – Staph – Norovirus – Influenza – Anthrax – Cholera
E-coli – Hepatitis – Hepa Virus – EBOLA – C Diff – MARS – MERSA
Is Chlorine Dioxide non-toxic? What about residue?
Can Chlorine Dioxide be used on hard Surfaces?
Absolutely, it is ideal for use as a hard surface cleaner because with minimal surface time it is highly effective against many different organisms.
GermFree24 vs Traditional Hand Sanitizers [Infographic]
As people become more aware of the germs that surround them in their daily lives, hand sanitizers are starting to pop up frequently in public places. With that, it is important to note that not all hand sanitizers are created equal. For example, did you know that most...
Is it Safe for Your Kids to Use Hand Sanitizers?
Many people consider hand sanitizer to be a wonderful addition to their lives. They carry these tiny bottles in their purses, backpacks and diaper bags for times when soap and water are not available. However, some hand sanitizers can pose a risk to children, which is...
Sinks: How Can a Place We Wash Our Hands Have So Many Germs?
If you had to point out which places in your home were the dirtiest, you would probably say something along the lines of your toilets, doorknobs, and bathroom counters. What many people don’t realize is that their sinks are loaded with germs. So many, in fact, that...
Mommy Blogger Finds Zoono’s GermFree24 Brag Worthy
The Bragging Mommy, a popular review website among mothers with young children, has a team of five “mommy reviewers” who brag about products and companies they find shareworthy. Reviewer Heidi, the founder and owner of The Bragging Mommy, was kind enough to review...
South Carolina Mom Gives GermFree24 Two Thumbs Up
Our friends at MOMFiles.com gave our GermFree24 products raving reviews! Shelly, a stay-at-home mom of 3, resides in Columbia, South Carolina. With much experience in taking care of children, tidying her home, and keeping the best interest of her family in mind,...
Florida Mom Blogger Recommends Zoono GermFree24 to Combat the Cold & Flu
Jennifer, owner and creator of the My Boys and Their Toys parenting blog, resides in Orlando, Florida with her two young sons and her husband who is an elementary school Principal. She reviewed Zoono GermFree24 products on her blog and recommends the products as the...
Wisconsin Blogger Suggests Gifting GermFree24 to School Teachers
The Mixed Bag, a blog created by mom of two and makeup enthusiast Ashley, suggests Zoono GermFree24 makes perfect teacher appreciation gifts. As it is practical for classrooms full of sniffling children, the products protect against germs for up to 24-hours. When...
Maryland Mom Finds Zoono GermFree24 A Seasonal Lifesaver
Lifestyle mom blogger Ashley, of Maryland Momma’s Rambles, has found Zoono’s GermFree24 incredibly helpful during the fall and winter seasons with her little one. You may think applying GermFree24 each morning to your child’s hands is just an extra step preventing you...
Texas Lifestyle Blogger Writes Raving Review on Zoono GermFree24
Becky Branch, a busy wife and mom to an energetic 6-year old from Grapevine, TX, just reviewed our GermFree24 products and posted about it on her blog, The Java Mama! With the fall season in full swing: temperatures dropping, boots and scarves acting as everyday...
California Mom Protects Her Kids From Sniffle Season
When sniffles spread like wildfire, this mom of two finds comfort in Zoono GermFree24. Summer, founder of A Mom Less Ordinary, is kept on her toes with two active young girls who are busy with school and extracurricular activities. Summer’s eldest daughter attends...