The “ALLCLIR” indicator, with its patent-pending sensor, immediately detects when the presence of industry-standard disinfectants – chlorine dioxide, hydrogen peroxide, or quaternary ammonium-based – is sufficient for proper disinfection to ensue.
Although the disinfectant must still remain visibly wet on the surface (i.e. at least 10 microns deep) for anywhere from 15 seconds to 10 minutes or more, depending on the product's labeled "contact time", the ALLCLIR indicator immediately shows the operator of a sprayer or fogger when initial wetness has really been achieved on a surface, heuristically allowing the operator to optimize the application process, most notably the distance from nozzle to surface. Without that very obvious feedback, the operator must rely on visible wetness only – which reliance is too dependent on distance, angle, lighting and eyesight.
What's more, with ALLCLIR there's evidence the cleaning crew did indeed wet the surface with disinfectant.
The disposable ALLCLIR indicator remains in its triggered, A-OK Blue state permanently – signaling "ALLCLIR" to cleaners, supervisors, colleagues and customers alike.
ALLCLIR. Enter the new world of true disinfection.