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How to understand our Indicator lines?

We understand that keeping track of when to replace household cloths can be a tedious task. To help with this, Medglory Lab's R&D team has developed a unique PVD Ag+ indicator line. This line will provide proactive reminders to our users about the ideal replacement time for the cloths based on frequency of usage. When the color of the indicator line fades to the point indicated in Figure 3, it is an indication that the cloth should be replaced immediately.

Why follow the Indicator Line for Replacement?

Wiping cloths and sponges are known to be a prime breeding ground for bacteria and viruses, which can multiply even faster than in laboratory petri dishes. Studies have shown that 90% of household cloths collected contained 19 different types of bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Candida, Salmonella, Streptococcus and Listeria. Children and the elderly, who have weaker immune systems, are particularly vulnerable to these bacteria, which can cause a variety of illnesses.

Worse still, 25% of these household cloths have been found to contain the highly dangerous Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria, which is only commonly found in hospitals and can cause rapid death if contracted. By following the PVD Ag+ indicator line, you can ensure that you are using a safe cloth and protecting yourself and your family from harmful bacteria and viruses.

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At MedgloryLab, we are also deeply committed to preserving the environment. During the research and development of the indicator line materials, we carefully studied which substances were safe for both human health and the environment. Our persistence paid off and the team's efforts resulted in the creation of a indicator line that has been certified for environmental safety and whose pigments dissolve naturally without causing harm. Our commitment to caring for the earth is perfectly aligned with our innovative invention.

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