Box 640, 9052 Mackie Street, Fort Langley, BC V1M 2S1

                      Phone: 604-888-1586
                      Fax: 604-888-7586
                      Toll Free 1-800-661-2144


Why are Hand Sanitizers so important?
  - 80% of infection is transmitted by the hands
  - 80% of how germs enter your body is through your eyes
  - The majority of people do not wash their hands properly or for long enough
              As you scrub, sing Happy Birthday twice for the correct amount of time
  - Sanitizers are more effective than soap and water
  - We live in a global environment and our risk of contacting an infectious disease is
      increasing rapidly. (Did you know that a cafeteria tray has more germs per square
      inch than your toilet seat?)

Alcohol Hand Sanitizer Gels strip away the skin’s natural oils and severely dry the skin
with repeated use, which actually increases the number of bacteria on the skin. It is also
toxic to children and animals.

X:3 Clean is a unique product with a wide spectrum efficiency against bacteria, viruses
and fungi. It is alcohol free.

Why is it called X:3 Clean? The name originates from the two main attributes:
  - the 3 items not in our product – no alcohol, fragrance or dye
  - you get 3 times (X) the number of applications per ounce compared to alcohol
       gels similar to Purell

Why use X:3 Clean?
  - Will not dry or irritate even delicate skin
  - won’t sting small cuts or scrapes
  - can be used as a level 1 antiseptic
  - Non flammable, non corrosive, non toxic. X:3 Clean is safe for kids
  - X:3 Clean is Food safe
  - Does not leave a residue or fragrance
  - Is more effective than the antibacterial active ingredients in soaps
  - Kills 99.99% of most common germs that may cause illness
  - Won’t stain or damage clothing, floors, carpets or jewelry
  - Although X:3 Clean will freeze below 28 degrees F, the effectiveness is not
      diminished after thawing.

Questions we’ve been asked:
   -   The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) only recommends alcohol based
       sanitizers. Why? The CDC hand hygiene guidelines have not been updated since
       first being published is 1996. Alcohol free products have only been on the market
       for the last 7 years. Alcohol free products will be included in the next CDC

   -   Under the Drug Facts listing on the back of the packaging it says “Keep out of
       reach of children, if swallowed, get medical help or contact a poison control
       center immediately”. Why? The wording on the Drug Facts panel is a
       requirement of the FDA for all hand sanitizers, regardless if they are safe for kids
       (non-toxic) or not.

   Pathogens that are killed with 15 seconds of exposure to X3:Clean

Apergillis niger                Listeria monocytogenes          Staphylococcus aureus
Brevibacterium                  ( Listeria )                    ( NARSA Strain )
ammoniahenes                    Microcoocus luteus              Staphylococcus
Candida albicans                Pseudomonas                     epidermidis
Candida keyfr                   aeruginosa                      Staphylococcus
Citrus canker disease           Proteus mirabilis               haemolyticus
Clostridium difficile           Salmonella cholerasuis          Staphylococcus
Escherichia coli (E.            (Salmonella)                    saprophyticus
Coli)                           Salmonella enteritidis          Streptococcus
Escherichia coli                Salmonella                      pyogenes
pathogenic strain               typhimurium                     Trichophyton
Enterococcus faecalis           Serratia marcescens             mentagrophytes
Enterococcus faecium            Shigella sonnei                 Trichophyton rubrum
(VRE)                           Staphylococcus aureus           Vibrio cholera
Klebsiella pneumonia            (MRSA)                          Yersinia enterocolitica

Avian influenza virus           Arkansas ’99                    Vaccinia ( Pox virus )
Canine distemper virus          (Infectious                     Human coronavirus
Marek’s disease virus           Bronchitis virus )              (related to SARS)
Newcastle’s disease             HIV                             Hepatitis A and B
virus                           Herpes simplex virus            Rotavirus
Pseudorabies virus              Type 1 and Type 2               Norwalk virus

Trichophyton mentagrophytes (Athletes Foot Fungus )
Dermatophytes (cause of Ringworm)

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