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    Posted by DD on 10/05/05

    Sounds like it's not a durable antimicrobial.

    On 10/05/05, TM wrote:
    > 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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