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Answer: Very good question. First approached to market the services of two businesses, then a third. The fourth came after we identified and addressed some issues. All four companies are with the same owner and his partner. It is was a very easy decision to take on the offer to market the fourth business, which carried a full line of products to combat COVID 19. Further, after researching each product, we were thoroughly impressed with their make-up and effectiveness. The Delon 50% Alcohol with medical ingredients, quality and radius of spray with the travel bottles are samples we hand out. The Lysol Products need no explanation, except we are fortunate to get an ongoing supply. Our wipes come as a nice large towelette and moist a long time, which means more surfaces or hands sanitized without compromise. We quickly received very positive feedback on all these products. Backorders are usually filled in two (2) weeks which is a very fair time frame as most businesses run out and are having a tough time getting product, period. We also can take custom orders as to product and quantities. This would be a smart course of action when placing a significant order. Try us out, we aim to please.

Answer: You would have to become a distributor or wholesaler. In fact, the different lines we carry are very affordably priced by our supplier and in some cases we get a little further break on price as we are moving the product by quantity and weight. Our suppliers come to us in an effort to find new avenues to move their products and services. We love to show people what we can do and love the challenge. We can sincerely assure you that our prices and products are not only an excellent buy, but of excellent quality. Quite confident you will find our prices very affordable, so much so, we can supply a retailer at these prices who will charge more and still be at a very fair price.

Answer: Yes, like most debates, the science and research need to be considered in giving the most informed response. Many negative myths can easily be dis-proven about the importance of wearing a mask. We know the value of masks in surgery, patient care worn by nurses and doctors on a daily basis. It should be of no surprise that they are now being recommended or even mandated to be worn in public, especially when social distancing is not possible. Some test studies have shown that the small droplets have been known to piggyback and go much further than the six (6) feet or two (2) metres. As a result of these facts, in an effort to reduce the spread of the virus, masks will play an ever-increasing important part of our daily routine. This includes other strains of virus-like H1N1. Further is recent supporting testing, showing one hundred percent (100%) airflow when wearing all three; surgical, reusable or disposable masks. In fact, wearing all three masks at once showed a drop in airflow by only one percent (1%). So, breathing issues when wearing a mask are not supported. Breathing issues are developed from the virus itself and wearing a mask will protect you and others. So please for your safety and that of others, remain vigilant. Wear a mask when going out, in crowded spaces, recommend investing in the reusable, washable ones, keep using hand sanitizers, keep a travel bottle of Delon Solution with you at all times, use it when you are unsure of a touched surface and wash your hands whenever possible.

Answer: Alcohol vs Ethanol – sourced from healthline.com

Alcohol kills germs through a simple chemical process known as denaturation.

Denaturation occurs when alcohol molecules bond with the fat membrane encasing a virus or bacteria cell. As the fat membrane is broken down, the inside of the cell — including all of its critical components — becomes exposed. It starts to dissolve, and the cell quickly dies.

This process is similar to what happens when you wash your hands with soap and water; however, soap is even more effective than alcohol.

The most widely used alcohol-based sanitizers contain either ethanol (ethyl alcohol) or isopropanol (isopropyl alcohol). Ethanol is chemically the same as drinking alcohol. You might have heard isopropanol referred to as rubbing alcohol.

Both are fairly effective at eliminating bacteria and viruses on your skin and on different types of surfaces. In general, ethanol is more powerful, Trusted Source than isopropanol, although it depends on the type of microbe you want to kill.

Recently Infectious Disease Experts, during the pandemic, gave credit to masking as the reason there has been next to no cases of influenza and pneumonia in addition to regular vaccinations.  Further study has revealed that masks with a sponge as a third layer like in our M1 Mask are effective in providing relief to pollen suffers, which lends additional protection against other allergies.