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Users of FoodGuard frequently ask us the following queries. 

I hope this clarifies some of your concerns.

FoodGuard does not require MOH approval as it is not a restricted substance.

As NaDCC is slowly releasing hypochlorous acid at the same rate that it is being utilized, maintaining a sufficient quantity of accessible chlorine for disinfection, thus FoodGuard will still work well in the presence of organic materials.

With the exception of ferric metals of poor grade, it has little to no impact on the majority of metals. Make sure to follow the guidelines provided.

Yes. Before applying the FoodGuard solution, be sure to thoroughly clean the surface and remove any soilage with a detergent solution.

No. Doing so will reintroduce contaminants after disinfection.

The solution should not be kept for longer than 24 hours.

No, rotation is not required and FoodGuard won't lead to resistance.

It is not suggested because the efficacy would suffer.

Depending on the local traffic. Please contact us for further information.

Liquid hypochlorite is alkaline and has minimal germicidal action due to a tiny amount of undissociated HOCI, whereas FoodGuard solution is at pH5.5-6.7 and has 90% undissociated HOCI available for germicidal activity. Additionally, FoodGuard has a higher safety ranking.

It may induce stomach discomfort but this can be remedied by drinking a glass of milk.

Any facility that processes food may utilize FoodGuard, which is especially appropriate for HACCP-certified facilities and whose active ingredient, NaDCC, has FDA approval.

Yes. It is halal-certified and a non-animal-based product. 

It is not suggested because the concentration's accuracy will be hampered.

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