We know that the use of films especially for the purpose of reducing viruses and bacteria, has not been part of daily life for most people before. So, for this reason, we have compiled some answers to the most frequently asked questions here.
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Which surfaces can this film be applied to?
Our film can be applied to just about any surface to reduce pathogens on it. We recommend TYPE 1 self-adhesive for smooth/level surfaces and TYPE 2 self-adhesive for textured and constantly used surfaces.
How long does your antiviral film last/When does your film need replacing?
As long as our antiviral film remains undamaged and free of dirt, its antibacterial and antiviral properties will remain active. We recommend replacing the film after a maximum period of one month.
Is your antiviral film also suitable for outdoor use?
Yes, it can be used both indoors and outdoors. However, avoid permanent direct sunlight.
How do I apply your film properly?
It is important to apply the film to a clean surface. You can find out how to avoid bubbles and creases whilst applying it and which practical tools are available to help in our tutorial.
How can I clean your film?
Our film can be cleaned with all common cleaning and disinfecting agents. Please do not use any heavily abrasive cleaning cloths or scouring pads to avoid damage to the film. Our film is only completely effective against bacteria and viruses for as long as it remains undamaged and clean.
Can I treat the film with disinfectants?
Common disinfectants are fine. In fact you should actually use them as our antiviral film works in addition to existing cleaning and hygiene routines.
Is the film safe on the skin?
The antiviral film has been dermatologically tested as confirmed by the DERMATEST seal. According to the patch test scoring system of the International Contact Dermatitis Research Group (ICDRG), the antiviral film was rated “EXCELLENT”.
Can your film be recycled?
Yes, our film can be recycled. Properly disposed of, our film can form part of the recovered substance cycle even after use.
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