Germ Patrol's® antimicrobials boast registrations from both the EPA and FDA, spanning a diverse array of applications such as food and water contact, HVAC and building products, appliances, fibers and textiles, and cosmetic and personal products. These antimicrobials are listed by the FDA under the FDA food contact substance notification, authorized for use in all food contact polymers outlined in 21 CFR, Parts 174 through 186.
It's important to note that products incorporating Germ Patrol's® antimicrobial surface disinfectant compound may be subject to regulation under, or exempt from regulation under, the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act or the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA).
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