Look around... You may not be able to see them, but tiny microorganisms like bacteria, viruses, and fungi are everywhere. Luckily, good chemistry lives here to protect you.
What is Good Chemistry? Good Question
It begins with the difference between clean and disinfected. You should know the difference when you want to stop the spread of germs and disease.
Antimicrobial, Antibacterial, Antibiotic – Are They All the Same?
The answer may surprise you! Learn what the difference is and why we want you to know the difference between these good chemistries.
Anti-Germ. Anti-Infection. Anti-Waste. What Kind of Anti Are You?
Every day, tiny superheroes known as antimicrobials are used to help kill or prevent the growth of bacteria, virus and fungi. These good chemistries touch many aspects of our daily lives, often without us even realizing it. What kind of antimicrobial user are you?
Antimicrobials in Household Products
Microbes thrive in moist and humid environments. That’s why antimicrobials are used in athletic shoes, workout apparel, tablecloths, furniture, and other textiles.
What Are Antimicrobials?
These powerful substances prevent the growth and spread of microbes like bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Learn More
How Do They Help?
Antimicrobials help keep our families safe and healthy by preventing the spread of disease, ensuring water supplies are safe, and preserving important materials. Learn More
Where Are They Used?
Good chemistry lives all around us. From disinfecting homes to keeping medical facilities clean, find out where antimicrobials are used. Learn More
How They Are Evaluated for Safety
Government agencies and industry continuously evaluate the safety of antimicrobials across a range of conditions and uses. Learn More
Good Information Lives Here
Get answers to common questions about antimicrobials and learn a few surprising facts that you may not have known about the chemistry. Learn MoreFAQ