In a test conducted in September of 2020, by Microconsult Inc., a microbiological & analytical testing labratory, conducted a kill rate test. The following are the results of that test

The 2 in 1 Invisible Glove was tested in a Kill Rate Study using eleven bacterial species by a leading microbiological testing facility. The exposure times were 30 and 60 seconds. The 30 second exposure killed all of the organisms from (> 105 cfu/mL) from nine of the species and greater that three log10 from the other two. The 60 second exposure killed all of the organisms from all eleven species.

A second Kill Rate Study was performed on the spore stage of C. difficile using the same exposure times. ). Both the 30 second and 60 second exposers showed complete kill of the test organisms. These data show a very high degree of efficacy suggesting that this hand sanitizer could have a strong impact on bacterial transmission. The action against the spores of C. difficile is particularly remarkable.