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  • Who is Microbe Solutions?

    Who is Microbe Solutions?

    Microbe Solutions, LLC, founded in 2017, is a women-owned and certified company specializing in vertically integrated manufacturing and contracted manufacturing services. The company boasts years of experience in the microbial remediation industry, offering products manufactured in the USA. Our range includes EPA-registered and FDA-regulated products, ensuring the highest standards of safety and efficacy. The Leadership…

  • Understanding The Difference Between Antibacterial and Antimicrobial Products

    Understanding The Difference Between Antibacterial and Antimicrobial Products

    Antibacterial products are designed to target and kill bacteria Bacteria are single-celled microorganisms that can be found almost everywhere, including on our skin, in our bodies, and in the environment. While some types of bacteria are beneficial for our health, others can cause infections and illness. Antibacterial products work by using chemicals or natural substances…

  • Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week with Gifts That Prioritize Health and Safety

    Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week with Gifts That Prioritize Health and Safety

    As students and parents prepare to honor their teachers, consider gifting something thoughtful and practical – like Common Sense Hand Sanitizer. This innovative product not only helps maintain good hand hygiene but also serves as a meaningful token of appreciation, prioritizing the health and well-being of our hardworking educators. Why Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week? The…

  • Hand Sanitizer Kills Most Germs, So How Do We Avoid Creating Superbugs And Resistant Strains?

    Hand Sanitizer Kills Most Germs, So How Do We Avoid Creating Superbugs And Resistant Strains?

    How do resistant germs develop and build tolerance? Resistant germs, or antibiotic-resistant bacteria, develop and build tolerance mainly through mutations and gene transfer. Bacteria reproduce quickly, and during this process, mutations occur. These mutations may alter the bacteria in a way that makes them resistant to antibiotics. For instance, a mutation could change the target…

  • Why Do I Get Athlete’s Foot in the Summer?

    Why Do I Get Athlete’s Foot in the Summer?

    Athlete’s foot, a fungal infection affecting the skin on the feet, tends to flare up during the summer months. As temperatures rise and activities shift, many find themselves battling this uncomfortable condition, seeking effective ways to prevent athlete’s foot. The combination of warm, moist environments and increased exposure to communal areas creates a perfect breeding…

  • How To Stop Your Gym Bag From Smelling Bad

    How To Stop Your Gym Bag From Smelling Bad

    We’ve come up with a two-step process that’s kind of like a superhero for your gym bag. It kicks out those bad smells so you can keep feeling good about exercising. The solution is to first disinfect with a powerful antimicrobial product like Smart Touch disinfectant. Smart Touch is an EPA-registered hospital disinfectant that kills…

  • Is Hypoallergenic The Same As Fragrance Free?

    Is Hypoallergenic The Same As Fragrance Free?

    Fragrance-free might bring to mind a product without any obvious scent, but this can be misleading. Going fragrance-free means the product hasn’t been intentionally infused with additional fragrances to mask the unpleasant smell of other ingredients. It doesn’t mean the product won’t have a scent that comes from its ingredients, including essential oils. Understanding the…

  • Is Rubbing Alcohol the Same as Hand Sanitizer?

    Is Rubbing Alcohol the Same as Hand Sanitizer?

    In the search for cleanliness and protection from germs, you may wonder whether rubbing alcohol, primarily composed of isopropyl alcohol, can serve the same purpose as hand sanitizers. While both products are known for their disinfectant properties, they’re not exactly the same thing. Hand sanitizers, specifically alcohol-based hand sanitizers, typically contain ethyl alcohol among their…