Antibacterial vs Degermation vs Sterilization

Antibacterial vs Degermation vs Sterilization

When all of you usually purchase the daily necessities, do you fail to distinguish the three groups of words "antibacterial", "sterilization" and "degermation"? Therefore, making random purchases, and feel the product fails to work its claimed effect?

Now, let ’s explore the difference between these three groups of words, learn to buy the products that best meet your personal needs, and be a smart consumer.

The first group is "antibacterial". Its definition is "inhibit or prevent bacteria from multiplying", which means that the bacteria can still survive after use, but it can keep the bacterial reproduction below the necessary level for a certain period of time, but it cannot reduce the number of bacteria.


The second group, "degermation". Its definition is "effectively reducing the number of bacteria", which means that bacteria can be temporarily removed after use, but the bacteria cannot be completely eliminated.


The third group is "sterilization". Its definition is "to exterminate microorganisms such as bacteria", which means that it can kill bacteria after use, prevent disease and prevent the spread of infection. The principle is to make proteins go bad, so they can harm bacteria like proteins such as viruses or bacteria.

After the initial understanding, do you know why sometimes you feel the product has not exerted its effects? Most of the time, everyone will mistakenly think that "antibacterial" products can "degerm" and "degermation" products can "sterilize", leading to the running out of effect.

Lexuma UV sanitizer


I would recommend everyone to purchase "antibacterial" products and "sterilization" products, implement "sterilization" first and then "antibacterial", both approaches!


For "sterilization" products, I prefer to use physical ones, such as UV lamps, because physical sterilization methods will not harm the material of the object, and also take care of the fine part of the object, and implement all-round sterilization.


XGerm by Lexuma is my favorite UV sterilizer recently. Mobile phones, keys, glasses, hair accessories, earrings, necklaces, headphones, Power Bank, stationery, toothbrushes, banknotes, etc. within 6.8 inches can be put in for disinfection The entire disinfection process can be completed in ten minutes, quickly and easily!

After sterilizing the object, I will additionally use antibacterial products on the object to inhibit the proliferation of bacteria, so that the object can stay in a low bacteria content state for a long time.

IMC Spray


IMC water catalyst continuous antibacterial liquid household series is my recent antibacterial product.

Water catalyst is a high-tech leading technology developed by Japanese expert Dr. Daiki Miyamoto and patented in the world. It is effective in antibacterial and mildew prevention. Continuous antibacterial protective cover, only need to spray once on various areas where antibacterial is needed (such as mobile phones, face masks, clothing, door handles, compartments, floors, etc.), IMC water catalyst effectively covers the material and forms a grid shape. The conductive film completely penetrates and adheres to the surface of the object. The conductive film generates free radicals to absorb positrons on the bacteria, making it shrink and difficult to grow, so that the surface of the sprayed material has a continuous antibacterial and antiviral effect. Its staying power is very strong, it is very suitable for lazy and trouble-stricken people!

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