Spray or wipe on counters, tables, shipping crates…
ANY surface needing to be safe and clean.

Prevent problems and damaging microbial growth before they start.


To create a safe and healthy environment spray, wipe, or immerse counters, tables, shipping crates, practically any surface with our antimicrobial biostatic surface protectant, BioShield®75.

BioShield®75 molecularly bonds to almost any surface and protection begins immediately. When microorganisms contact this colorless, odorless, long lasting antimicrobial technology, there is a disruption of the cellular function, resulting in cell death.

BioShield®75 molecularly bonds to almost any surface, providing durable antimicrobial protection.

  • Safe
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Colorless
  • Odorless
  • Long-lasting antimicrobial technology

BioShield®75 is the

“Only surface treatment that has worked in 10 years of testing different technologies.”

Former Director of Global Food Safety PhD, Cargill



Phone: (336) 375-7555

PROVEN: Inhibits mold, mildew, algae, and bacteria.

SAFE: Non-toxic, no heavy metals, no harsh chemicals.

APPROVED: The ONLY EPA registered product of its kind with food contact approval.

DURABLE: Cleans and actively protects porous and non-porous surfaces, between cleanings.

PROTECTS: Against deterioration, discoloration and odors caused by microbes on treated surfaces.

How It Works

Unlike other antimicrobials which rely on heavy metals to poison the cell, BioShield®75 uses a physical mechanism to disrupt cellular function. This mode of action eliminates the risk that bacteria will develop antimicrobial resistance.

BioShield®75 can be applied to any clean dry surface by spraying, wiping or soaking.

Once dry it forms a co-polymer bond with the surface forming a protective micro biostatic layer of spikes which have a positively charged nitrogen ion down the spike.

Microorganisms are attracted to the positively charged nitrogen ion and efficacy occurs through disruption of normal cellular function.
Since this is a physical rupture of the cell wall, the microorganism cannot mutate or develop antimicrobial resistance.