GTech Clean disinfectant spray leaves microscopic protective barrier for long-lasting results, says the company.

GTech Protection offers GTech Clean, a long-lasting disinfecting spray. According to the company, it quickly and safely sterilizes all types of rooms, equipment, and vehicles.

Used by first responders nationwide to disinfect their fleet and equipment, GTech Clean is an EPA approved spray that kills 99.9% of bacteria and viruses including human coronavirus, influenza, mildew, and mold. The spray reportedly leaves a microscopic protective barrier on hard and soft surfaces that continues to kill bacteria and viruses for up to 5 days. The non-toxic and non-flammable formula is safe to use in most environments and is skin-friendly. According to the company, GTech Clean does not contain harmful chemicals like ammonia, bleach, or alcohol and there is no need to dilute the solution or wipe it away after spraying it. Users just spray the area they want to disinfect and let it air dry.

For cleaning every surface in larger areas, GTech Clean can be dispersed through an electrical or battery-operated spraying device that will ensure the active ingredients are distributed quickly onto every surface for a thorough clean. Most rooms can be fully decontaminated for the cost of just a few dollars. Vehicles can also be sanitized using GTech Clean and a sprayer.

GTech Protection also offers GTech Armour, a non-alcohol antimicrobial hand sanitizer spray that can be effective up to 3 hours after being applied. The non-rinse hand sanitizer spray kills 99.9% of the most common germs in seconds and the skin moisturizing formula will not dry out or crack skin like traditional sanitizers are known to do. 

The company offers its GTech nuPower Trigger Sprayer (electrical) which will take approximately 3.5 minutes to totally disinfect a 1,000 square foot room, using approximately 7 ounces of product at a cost of $0.50 per ounce. That translates to approximately $3.50 to disinfect 1,000 square feet. The nuPower Trigger Sprayer can reportedly disinfect an SUV in less than one minute, using approximately 1.5 ounces (or less) of product for a total cost of $0.50 to $0.75 per vehicle.