I have used a variety of products to disinfect areas and find DSV to have several advantages. Let's compare it to bleach, since it's the most common. My applications are twofold: 1) Mold, mildew, fungus etc and 2) Animal feces and urine from rats, mice etc. Bleach is cheap and available so it has some plusses but its downside is big. It has fumes, corrodes metal and forms a slick film layer preventing its chemical from getting into pores to kill mold and germs. Bleach also has limited shelf life. DSV on the other hand does not form this slick film, has no fumes (when you spray you will certainly smell the odor but its not fumes), sprays well, has long shelf life and also works well in foggers. Since it goes so far its cost is not that much more than bleach really. Its downsides are it cannot be used on food prep surfaces, harder to find (well somewhat) and does not, ahem, bleach colors, so you won't see mold stains etc disappear. However, I've seen claims that it is a form of bleach and to test on small hidden sample areas before applying to carpet etc. The manufacturers web site for this product is: https://nisuscorp.com/product/dsv and helps understand it more. Can't recommend it enough.
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