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    Posted by TM on 10/05/05

    One of our sales agents used the Modec product extensively in the
    Caribbean and has tested the product with ATS. The Epa Registration #
    80364-1 and 80364-2 are part "A" and part "B" used together to make one
    product. The testing performed on the product showed very good kill rate,
    but did not deliver any long term protection. One of the tests showed the
    efficacy of the product when exposed to moisture. The kill rate dropped
    immediately when exposed to water and was completed ineffective after 7
    days. The product washed right off the surface. The product does a great
    job at killing existing mold, but it will not prevent mold. The label
    details its claims and does not offer or make claims to prevent anything.

    I think that it is a great killer, but the costs associated just to kill
    mold is WAY to high. You would be wiser to use much cheaper quats
    available on the market to do the same thing.

    On 10/05/05, Your opinion needed wrote:
    > So all in all what do you think about this product? Do you think it is
    > legitimate? Any info would be great. Thanks for the input so far.
    > The USEPA has accepted Modec's Label for its Modec Decon Formulation.
    > Approved for antimicrobial disinfectant and fungicidal uses, Modec's
    > Decon Formulation has been assigned EPA Registration No.'s 80364-1 and
    > 80364-2. When used as directed, MDF-500 exhibits effective disinfectant
    > activity against the organisms: Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella
    > choleraesuis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and meets the requirements for
    > hospital use.

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